Educational guide 2020_21
Escola de Enxeñaría Forestal
Grao en Enxeñaría Forestal
 Competences


Type CB Code Basic Competences
  CB1 That students possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and / or application of ideas, often in a research context
  CB2 That students know how to apply acquired knowledge and their capacity to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of ​​study
  CB3 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 social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments
  CB4 That the students know how to communicate their conclusions -and the knowledge and ultimate reasons that sustain them- to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and unambiguous way
  CB5 That students have the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
Type CG Code General Competences
  CG1 Ability to understand the biological, chemical, physical, mathematical and representation systems necessary for the development of professional activity, as well as to identify the different biotic and physical elements of the forest environment and renewable natural resources susceptible to protection, conservation and exploitations in the forest area.
  CG2 Ability to analyze the ecological structure and function of forest systems and resources, including landscapes.
  CG3 Knowledge of degradation processes that affect forest systems and resources (pollution, pests and diseases, fires, etc.) and capacity for the use of forest environment protection techniques, forest hydrological restoration and biodiversity conservation .
  CG4 Ability to evaluate and correct the environmental impact, as well as apply the techniques of auditing and environmental management.
  CG5 Knowledge of the foundations of forest improvement and capacity for its practical application to plant production and biotechnology.
  CG6 Ability to measure, inventory and evaluate forest resources, apply and develop silvicultural techniques and management of all types of forest systems, parks and recreational areas, as well as techniques for harvesting timber and non-timber forest products
  CG7 Ability to solve technical problems derived from the management of natural spaces.
  CG8 Ability to manage and protect forest fauna populations, with special emphasis on hunting and fish populations.
  CG9 Knowledge of hydraulics, construction, electrification, forest roads, machinery and mechanization necessary both for the management of forest systems and for their conservation.
  CG10 Ability to apply the techniques of forest management and land planning, as well as the criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management within the framework of forest certification procedures.
  CG11 Ability to characterize the anatomical and technological properties of wood and non-timber forest raw materials, as well as the technologies and industries of these raw materials.
  CG12 Capacity for organization and planning of companies and other institutions, with knowledge of the legislative provisions that affect them and the fundamentals of marketing and marketing of forest products.
  CG13 Ability to design, direct, elaborate, implement and interpret projects and plans, as well as to write technical reports, recognition reports, assessments, appraisals and appraisals.
  CG14 Ability to understand, interpret and adopt scientific advances in the forest field, to develop and transfer technology and to work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary environment
Type CE Code Specific Competences
  CE1 Knowledge of representation techniques. Capacity for spatial vision. Standardization. Topographical drawing. Computer programs of interest in engineering: computer-aided design.
  CE2 Understanding and mastery of basic concepts about the general laws of mechanics, fields and waves and their application for the resolution of engineering problems.
  CE3 Ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. Ability to apply knowledge about: linear algebra; geometry; differential and integral calculation. Basic knowledge about computers, operating systems, databases, programming and calculation programs for use in engineering.
  CE4 Adequate knowledge of the concept of company and the institutional and legal framework of the company. Organization and management of companies.
  CE5 Ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. Ability to apply knowledge about: differential equations and partial derivatives; numerical methods, numerical algorithm, differential geometry; differential and integral calculation.
  CE6 Understanding and mastery of the basic concepts about the general laws of thermodynamics and electromagnetism and its application for the resolution of engineering problems.
  CE7 Basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and its applications in engineering.
  CE8 Knowledge of the bases and biological foundations of the plant field in engineering.
  CE9 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forestry hydraulics; hydrology and hydrological-forest restoration.
  CE10 Basic knowledge of geology and terrain morphology and its application in problems related to engineering. Climatology. Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: physical sciences: geology, soil science and climatology.
  CE11 Ability to apply knowledge about statistics and optimization. Statistical computer programs of interest in engineering.
  CE12 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: Forest Ecology
  CE13 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forest zoology and entomology; biological foundations of the animal field in engineering.
  CE14 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: electrical engineering and forest electrification.
  CE15 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forest botany.
  CE16 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: topography and stakeout. Geographic information systems and remote sensing. Computer programs for spatial data processing.
  CE17 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of silviculture.
  CE18 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forest constructions and forest roads.
  CE19 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: evaluation and correction of environmental impact; recovery of degraded spaces.
  CE20 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of forestry machinery and mechanization.
  CE21 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: reforestation. Gardening and nurseries. Forest improvement
  CE22 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: methodology, organization and project management.
  CE23 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of forest exploitation and supply of raw materials in the forest industry.
  CE24 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: dasometry and forest inventory, forest management.
  CE25 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forest legislation and certification; sociology and forestry policy.
  CE26 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: xiloenergetic industrial processes
  CE27 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: prevention and fight against forest fires.
  CE28 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: internal anatomical structure and macroscopic properties of wood.
  CE29 Ability to know, understand and use the basic principles of the processes of first transformation of wood and the principles of: non-wood forest raw materials; industrial processes of non-wood products: cork, resin, essential oils.
  CE30 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: knowledge of the basic principles of the second transformation processes of wood.
  CE31 Knowledge for the calculation and design of carpentry facilities. Drying, debarking and crushing of wood.
  CE32 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: planning and planning of the territory. Forest landscaping.
  CE33 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: hunting and fishing management. Aquaculture systems.
  CE34 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: forest diseases and pests.
  CE35 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of: pasciculture and agroforestry systems.
  CE36 Ability to solve technical problems derived from the management of natural spaces. Conservation of biodiversity.
  CE37 Knowledge of the basic principles of the chemical transformation of wood and its industrial processes, in particular cellulose and paper.
  CE38 Ability to know, understand and use the environmental management principles of the forest industry.
  CE39 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of quality control in the forest industry.
  CE40 Ability to know, understand and use the principles of industrial safety and hygiene.
  CE41 Ability to carry out the professional tasks of the degree in the field of individual and team work, applying, according to the practice in question, some of the techniques and skills that, by way of example and without being exclusive, they are cited in the verification memory.
  CE42 Ability to do an original work to be presented and defended before a university court, consisting of a project in the field of specific technologies of Forest Engineering, of a professional nature in which the competences acquired in the teachings and subjects of the career.
Type CT Code Transversal Competences
  CT1 Ability to understand the meaning and application of the gender perspective in the different fields of knowledge and in professional practice with the aim of achieving a more just and egalitarian society
  CT2 Ability to communicate orally and written in Spanish or in English
  CT3 Ability to communicate orally and in writing specifically in the Galician language
  CT4 Sustainability and environmental commitment
  CT5 Capacity for information management, analysis and synthesis
  CT6 Organization and planning capacity
  CT7 Skill in the use of IT tools and ICTs.
  CT8 Ability to solve problems, critical reasoning and decision making
  CT9 Teamwork skills, skills in interpersonal relationships and leadership.
  CT10 Autonomous Learning
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