BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES
CG01 - Ability to write, develop and sign projects in the field of Telecommunications Engineering, whose purpose, according to the knowledge acquired, as established in section 5 of this Order (CIN / 352/2009), is to conceive and develop, or utilize Telecommunications and Electronic networks, services and applications.
CG02 - Knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the necessary legislation during the development of the profession of Telecommunications Technical Engineer.
CG03 - Knowledge of basic subjects and technologies, which will enable students to learn new methods and technologies, as well as provide great versatility to adapt to new situations.
CG04 - Ability to solve problems with initiative, decision making, creativity, and to communicate and transmit knowledge, skills and abilities, understanding the ethical and professional responsibility of the activity of a Telecommunications Technical Engineer.
CG05 - Knowledge to perform measurements, calculations, valuations, appraisals, surveys, studies, reports, task planning and other analogous works in the specific field of Telecommunications.
CG06 – Ability to handle mandatory specifications, regulations and norms.
CG07 - Ability to analyze and assess the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
CG08 - Understanding and application of basic elements of Economics and Human Resource Management, organization and project planning, as well as legislation, regulation and standardization in Telecommunications.
CG09 - Ability to work in a multidisciplinary group and in a multilingual environment, and to communicate, both in writing and orally, knowledge, procedures, results and ideas related to Telecommunications and Electronics.
CFBT1 - Ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in Engineering. Ability to apply knowledge of: Linear Algebra, Geometry, Differential Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus, Differential Equations and Partial Derivatives, Numerical Methods, Numerical Algorithms, Statistics and Optimization.
CFBT2 - Basic knowledge of the use and programming of Computers, Operating Systems, Databases and Computer Programs with applications to Engineering.
CFBT3 - Understanding and mastery of basic concepts about the general laws of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Fields and Waves, and Electromagnetism and their application to solving problems in Engineering.
CFBT4 - Understanding and mastering the basic concepts of Linear Systems and related functions and transformations, Electrical Circuit Theory, Electronic Circuits, Physical Principles of Semiconductors and Logic Families, Electronic and Photonic Devices, Materials Technology and their application to solving problems in Engineering.
CFBT5 - Adequate knowledge of the concept of company, institutional and legal framework of companies. Organization and management of companies.
CRT1 - Ability to learn independently new knowledge and techniques suitable for the conceiving, developing or operating Telecommunications Systems and Services.
CRT2 - Ability to use communication and computer applications (Office Automation, Databases, Advanced Calculation, Project Management, Visualization, etc.) to support the development and operation of Telecommunications and Electronic networks, services and applications.
CRT3 - Ability to use computer tools to search for bibliographic resources or information related to Telecommunications and Electronics.
CRT4 - Ability to analyze and specify the fundamental parameters of a Communications System.
CRT5 - Ability to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of different technological alternatives for deployment or implementation of Communication Systems, from the point of view of signal space, disturbances and noise and analog, and Digital Modulation Systems.
CRT6 - Ability to conceive, deploy, organize and manage networks, systems, services and Telecommunications Infrastructures in residential (home, city and digital communities), business or institutional contexts, being responsible for their implementation and continuous improvement, as well as knowing their economic and social impact.
CRT7 - Knowledge and use of the fundamentals of programming in networks, systems and Telecommunications services.
CRT8 - Ability to understand the propagation and transmission mechanisms of electromagnetic and acoustic waves, and their corresponding emitting and receiving devices.
CRT9 - Capacity to analyze and design combinational and sequential circuits, synchronous and asynchronous, and to use microprocessors and integrated circuits.
CRT10 - Knowledge and application of the fundamentals of hardware description languages in devices.
CRT11 - Ability to use different sources of energy, especially solar photovoltaic and thermal energy, as well as the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Power Electronics.
CRT12 - Knowledge and use of network architectural concepts, protocols and communication interfaces.
CRT13 - Ability to differentiate the concepts of access and transport networks, circuit and packet switching networks, fixed and mobile networks, as well as distributed network applications and systems, voice, data, audio, video and interactive services and multimedia.
CRT14 - Knowledge of the methods of network interconnection and routing, as well as the basics of planning, dimensioning of networks according to traffic parameters.
CRT15 - Knowledge of regulations and regulation of Telecommunications at national, European and international levels.
CETM1 - Ability to build, operate and manage telecommunications networks, services, processes and applications, understood as systems for capturing, transporting, representing, processing, storing, managing and presenting multimedia information, from the point of view of Telematics services.
CETM2 - Ability to apply the techniques on which telematic networks, services and applications are based, such as management systems, signaling and switching, routing and conversion, security (cryptographic protocols, tunneling, firewalls, collection mechanisms, authentication and content protection), traffic engineering (Graph Theory, Queuing Theory and Tele-Traffic), charging, reliability and quality of service, both in fixed, mobile, personal, local or long-haul environments, with different bandwidths, including telephony and data.
CETM3 - Ability to build, operate and manage Telematics services using analytical planning, sizing and tools for analysis.
CETM4 - Ability to describe, program, validate and optimize communication protocols and interfaces at different levels of network architecture.
CETM5 - Ability to follow the technological progress of transmission, switching and process to improve networks and Telematics services.
CETM6 - Ability to design network architectures and Telematics services.
CETM7 - Ability to program Telematics, networked and distributed services, and applications.
CTFG1 - Original exercise to be carried out individually and presented and defended before a university tribunal of professors, consisting of a project in the field of specific technologies of Telecommunications Engineering, of a professional nature, in which the skills acquired in course work are synthesized and integrated.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS
CG 01 - Organizational and planning ability in the identification of problems in the context of bulk data.
CG 02 - Ability to analyze bulk data from various sources: text, audio, numerical, and graphic.
CG 03 - Problem solving and decision making in a quantitative and qualitative bulk data setting.
CG 04 - Ability to prepare projects and reports, orally and in writing, disseminating these ideas through digital channels.
CG 05 - Ability to communicate in English in the information society.
CG 06 - Interpersonal skills in the information society: listening, discussion, and debating.
CG 07 - Leadership and team working ability in the information society.
CG 08 - Criticism and self-criticism ability in the information society.
CG 09 - Ethical commitment in the information society.
CG 10 - Recognition of and respect for diversity and multiculturalism in the information society.
CG 11 - Ability to learn and work independently in the information society.
CG 12 - Flexibility and ability to adapt to a professional setting in the information society.
CE 01 - Understanding the nature of business analysis and its essential concepts and tools (statistical and quantitative analysis, exploratory and predictive models and information systems), geared towards identifying, evaluating, and capturing opportunities derived from the information that create value for the organization.
CE 02 - Knowing and understanding the basic determinants of business management, such as planning objectives and activities, organizing and monitoring them, operational functional areas and their relations with the setting, and recognizing the leadership role that the manager exercises in defining and managing them.
CE 03 - Identifying and resolving the ethical dilemmas regarding sustainability that arise in the decision making processes that are an inherent part of business activity, recognizing the complexity added to these dilemmas by a digital and global setting, using universal ethical and moral values that take shape in management and strategic planning instruments.
CE 04 - Knowing and applying management support tools for external and internal strategic analysis, oriented towards planning business strategy in a digital and global setting.
CE 05 - Knowing the basic principles of Economic Theory and how they operate in reality.
CE 06 - Applying Economic Theory and its new trends to analysis of the behavior of economic agents.
CE 07 - Knowing and understanding accounting rules to be able to record and analyze the information contained in the financial statements of a business.
CE 08 - Knowing about and understanding management accounting in its analytic and predictive versions in order to take management decisions.
CE 09 - Knowing and understanding financial theories in a framework of analytic management, bulk data usage, and new technologies.
CE 10 - Knowing about and understanding financial markets and the use of bulk data in a national and international financial setting.
CE 11 - Knowing about and analyzing, using bulk data and intensive information processing technologies, the interrelations between the macroeconomics and the financial markets.
CE 12 - Developing skills for communicating and using bulk data in various formats (analog, digital).
CE 13 - Being able to communicate and transmit information in English in a professional setting of business analysis, through the handling of bulk data.
CE 14 - Analyzing the diversity of the religious phenomenon as well as Christian thought when faced with social, economic, and political problems in contemporary society.
CE 15 - Knowing about the main institutions of economic and business Law and their effect on an economic and business activity characterized by the quantitative and qualitative analysis of bulk data.
CE 16 - Knowing the basic concepts of Commercial Law, as well as the legislative and case law developments directed at adapting it to the new situation shaped by big data.
CE 17 - Acquiring the ability to resolve the problems that arise in the business setting using mathematical tools.
CE 18 - Knowing about and using mathematical optimization and decision making techniques for data handling.
CE 19 - Knowing about the basics of the technical principles of classical statistics (descriptive and inferential) and data mining.
CE 20 - Knowing how to model a real business problem that requires data analysis and critically select the most appropriate technique or combination of techniques.
CE 21 - Knowing how to interpret, evaluate, and communicate results derived from data analysis techniques as well as use them to help in management and taking business decisions.
CE 22 - Knowing how to apply data analysis techniques (including those from classical statistics and data mining techniques) to a real data set, using software that is appropriate for this purpose.
CE 23 - Knowing about and using relational databases.
CE 24 - Knowing about and applying the most effective data visualization techniques and their importance to the extraction of knowledge.
CE 25 - Understanding the most important concepts associated with Big Data and their characteristic elements.
CE 26 - Know about and understanding the basic concepts and tools used in marketing management.
CE 27 - Being able to identify the most appropriate sources and analyze data to turn it into information that is useful for taking decisions regarding marketing problems.
CE 28 - Knowing and understanding the most important programming paradigms and the basics of programming to allow the student to develop simple codes aimed at handling data.
CE 29 - Knowing and understanding reality in businesses in the current information society by applying the theoretical-practical principles acquired in the classroom.
CE 30 - Being able to plan and deliver a research project or comprehensive business plan in the setting of the current information society.