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Master Universitario Erasmus Mundus en Sostibilidade e Industria 4.0 aplicada ao Sector Marítimo
 Study programme competences

TypeA Code  
  AC1 CE1 – Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in applying sustainability precepts in ship life cycle (EES).
  AC2 CE2 - Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in using model and simulation tools related with ship structures, motions and fluid dynamics (SIM).
  AC3 CE3 - Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in applying information systems and data management tools during ship design, construction and operation (IDM).
  AC4 CE4 – Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in the field of design and operation of robots and marine autonomous vehicles (RAS).
  AC5 CE5 - Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in the field of maritime Polar routes (PR).
  AC6 CE6 - Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competences in fulfilling safety, economic and sustainability requirements in ship operation and management (SO).
  AC7 CE7 - Development, presentation and defense, once all the courses of the study plan have been passed, of an original work done individually, representing a project where all competences acquired during the degree are synthetized (TFM).
TypeB Code  
  BC1 CB6 - Acquire and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and / or application of ideas, usually in a research context.
  BC2 CB7 - That students know how to apply the acquired knowledge and their ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of study.
  BC3 CB8 - That students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
  BC4 CB9 – That students are able to communicate their conclusions -and the knowledge and ultimate reasons that sustain them- to specialized and non-specialized publics in a clear and unambiguous way.
  BC5 CB10 - That students have the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
  BC6 CG1 – To display the adequate intercultural competence to successfully navigating within multicultural learning environments and to implement basic management principles suitable for a multicultural working environment.
  BC7 CG2 – To express an attitude of intellectual inquisitiveness and open-mindedness.
  BC8 CG3 – To have the capability to use knowledge, skills, ideas, theory, and modern engineering concepts to create new or significantly improved real engineering applications.
  BC9 CG4 – To have the capability to think creatively and explore new ideas outside of current boundaries of the field
  BC10 CG5 – To have the capability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems within realistic constraints.
  BC11 CG6 – To appreciate the impact of sustainable development goals in maritime transport.
  BC12 CG7 – To have the capability to critically analyse, synthesise, interpret and summarise complex scientific processes.
  BC13 CG8 - To have the capability to recognise and use theories, paradigms, concepts and principles, to design and undertake primary R&D within the context of multidisciplinary design process.
  BC14 CG9 – To have the capability to apply research skills in independent design, execution, and presentation of original research.
  BC15 CG10 – To develop design skills extendable in automotive and aerospace industry.
TypeC Code  
  CC1 CT1 - Adequate oral and written expression in the official languages.
  CC2 CT2 - Mastering oral and written expression in a foreign language.
  CC3 CT3 - Using ICT in working contexts and lifelong learning.
  CC4 CT4 - Acting as a respectful citizen according to democratic cultures and human rights and with a gender perspective.
  CC5 CT5 - Understanding the importance of entrepreneurial culture and the useful means for enterprising people.
  CC6 CT6 - Acquiring skills for healthy lifestyles, and healthy habits and routines.
  CC7 CT7 -Developing the ability to work in interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary teams in order to offer proposals that can contribute to a sustainable environmental, economic, political and social development.
  CC8 CT8 -Valuing the importance of research, innovation and technological development for the socioeconomic and cultural progress of society.
  CC9 CT9 - Ability to manage times and resources: developing plans, prioritizing activities, identifying critical points, establishing goals and accomplishing them.
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