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Basic Transversal Competences
  • CB3: Habilidad para interpretar y emitir juicios. Que los estudiantes tengan la capacidad de reunir e interpretar datos relevantes (normalmente dentro de su área de estudio) para emitir juicios que incluyan una reflexión sobre temas relevantes de índole social, científica o ética.
  • CB4: Habilidad para transmitir. Que los estudiantes puedan transmitir información, ideas, problemas y soluciones a un público tanto especializado como no especializado.
  • CB5: De autonomía para aprendizajes futuros. Que los estudiantes hayan desarrollado aquellas habilidades de aprendizaje necesarias para emprender estudios posteriores con un alto grado de autonomía.

UA Basic Transversal Competences
  • CGUA7: Capacity for expression. Capacity for oral and written expression.
  • CGUA8: Capacity for scheduling and setting deadlines. Capacity to plan tasks and commit to fulfilling goals and deadlines.
  • CGUA9: Capacity for group work. Capacity to perform well in collective and group work, sharing tasks and taking on roles.
  • CGUA11: Capacity to adapt to new concepts and methods. Capacity to learn and apply new concepts and methods in a self-sufficient and interdisciplinary manner.
  • CGUA13: Capacity to adopt the scientific method. Capacity to use the scientific method when considering and carrying out different tasks, in both one's academic and professional life.
  • CGUA14: Capacity for self-criticism. Be self-critical enough to analyse and improve the quality of projects.

Inherent transversal competences:

    Cognitive Instrumental
    • CG15: Ability to analyse and synthesise. This is the ability to separate the parts of a research process and the ability to reconstruct the whole project from its parts.
    • CG16: Ability to be self-critical. Capacity to systematise intellectually non-conformist attitudes.
    • CG18: Ability for critical reasoning. Capacity to confront diverse lines of argument, systematising the doubts raised about any affirmation presented.
    • CG19: Ability for aesthetics and form. Capacity to take a critical position regarding objects of beauty.
    • CG20: Ability for abstract thought. Ability to construct generic concepts from empirical knowledge.
    • CG22: Ability to handle complex information. Capacity to develop complex processes from situations of uncertainty.

    Inherent transversal competences:

      Methodological Instrumental
      • CG26: Ability to integrate different knowledge and disciplines. Capacity to understand the multiple nature of the problems faced and the ability to select and incorporate the most effective arguments.
      • CG27: Understand different cultures and techniques. Capacity to understand culture as the vital substrate upon which we act and technique as the implementation of culture in effective, sustainable and operative tools.

      Inherent transversal competences:

        Linguistic Instrumental
        • CG32: Ability to develop and express one's own ideas and discourses. Ability to generate records that can characterise an individual, differentiated language, even recycling known approaches and establishing new ones, while enabling the creation of a portfolio understood as the framework for searches and achievements that are worth making public.

      Inherent transversal Competences:

        Individual Interpersonal
        • CG37: Ability to undertake self-sufficient learning strategies and processes. Capacity to generate self-learning processes that autonomously complement the regulated learning.

        Inherent transversal Competences:

          Social Interpersonal
          • CG42: Ability for interpersonal relationships and communication. Capacity to manage processes requiring the negotiation of ideas in different ways.
          • CG43: Awareness of diversity and multiculturalism. Capacity to understand the fundamental importance of the other and that which is different.

          Inherent transversal Competences:

            Entrepreneurship Capability System
            • CG48: Ability to describe controversies and problematise reality. Capacity to understand real contexts as extremely complex and sensitive. Capacity to describe them in terms of conflictive relationships and fields of opportunity.

            Inherent transversal Competences:

              Achievement System
              • CG59: Motivation to overcome obstacles. Capacity not to allow oneself to be intimidated by obstacles and know how to overcome them without significant personal losses. Capacity to optimise our energies and focus them on possible, self-regenerating goals.

            Specific Competences:

              Project Block
              • CE38: Ability to act on, preserve, restore and rehabilitate the Architectural Heritage.
              • CE40: Ability to exercise architectural criticism.
              • CE42: Ability to catalogue urban architectural heritage and plan its protection.
              • CE56: Suitable understanding of the foundations of vernacular architecture.


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