Educational guide 2021_22
Facultade de Ciencias Sociais e da Comunicación
Grado en Dirección y Gestión Pública

Type CB Code Basic Competences
  CB1 Students have demonstrated to possess and understand knowledge in an area of study that starts from the base of general secondary education, and is usually found at a level that, although supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that imply knowledge coming from the vanguard of his field of study.
  CB2 Students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possess the skills that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defense of arguments and the resolution of problems within their area of study.
  CB3 Students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study) to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
  CB4 Students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to a specialized and non-specialized audience.
  CB5 Students develop those skills of necessary learning to undertake back studies with a high degree of autonomy.
Type CG Code General Competences
  CG1 Skills in the search for information, in relation to primary and secondary information sources, including the use of computers for online searches
  CG2 Ability to analyze, synthesize and integrate knowledge and planning for the preparation of judgments with limited information
  CG3 Listening and reading comprehension skills and oral and written communication skills.
  CG4 Communication through the Internet and, more generally, use of multimedia tools for remote communication.
  CG5 Ability to interpret data obtained from observation with regard to their meaning and establish links with the appropriate theories in the field of public management and administration.
  CG6 Perseverance skills for performing tasks and missions and confidence in one’s own work.
  CG7 Skills for the management of interpersonal conflicts and orientation towards mediation and negotiation.
  CG8 Receptivity to (internal and external) change and ability to adapt to new environments and circumstances (adaptability) and learning skills.
  CG9 To be able to recognize and implement sound practices arising from processes and actions as a basis for innovation and creativity.
  CG10 Commitment to work efficiency and effectivity in the public sector and other entities.
  CG11 Commitment to showing respect for other people in public and private work environments.
  CG12 Commitment to responsibility and honesty in public and private work performance.
  CG13 Commitment to Human Rights, equality, justice and sustainable development.
Type CE Code Specific Competences
  CE1 To know the juridical-legal framework of Spanish public administrations.
  CE2 To be familiar with the basic principles of the structure, organization and functioning of the Spanish constitutional system.
  CE3 To introduce the fundamental economic concepts and ideas for their application to economic reality.
  CE4 To reflect on the elements of administrative systems (institutions, agents, ideas) and understand their practical functioning in a multilevel context.
  CE5 To know the institutional functioning and the main public policies of the European Union.
  CE6 To know the institutional functioning and the main public policies of the European Union.
  CE7 Provide notions, concepts and theories related with social structures and initiate in its analysis and interpretation of structural contemporary societies characteristic know
  CE8 To be able to apply the methods, models and techniques of qualitative and quantitative (statistic) data for processes of public administration management.
  CE9 To understand the role public administrations play in the process of public policies and apply the appropriate method of analysis.
  CE10 To understand the structure and functioning of the Spanish and Galician political systems in a multilevel governance context.
  CE11 To understand the basic concepts of financial accounting and the parts of the General Accounting Plan applicable to the private sector.
  CE12 To understand the legal framework of: compulsory purchase, public domain and public property goods, provision of public services, promotion and policing activities carried out by the public sector.
  CE13 To approach the regulatory framework of labor relations and Social Security.
  CE14 To know the financial legal framework of Public Administrations, the economic functioning of the Public Sector (revenue and expenditure) and the financing instruments of the Public Sector (taxes).
  CE15 To handle methods of management of administrative documents and of public administration information and its physical and telematic means.
  CE16 To understand the main contributions of the public economy (theoretical and applied) and the role played by the public sector in the economy.
  CE17 To understand the management models of human resources in the Public Sector, strategic management and design, organization and provision of administrative services.
  CE18 To identify the problems of human resources management in (public and private) organizations to try out cross-sectional solutions.
  CE19 To approach the models of public management and organization of public services and design, organization and provision of administrative services.
  CE20 To understand the different constituent parts of the Public Accounting General Plan to be applied to the different bodies constituting the state’s public sector.
  CE21 To understand the structure, organization and functioning of the different local governments and administrations.
  CE22 To understand the basic characteristics of management and human relations skills.
  CE23 To know, both theoretical and practically, the functioning of public procurement in Spain and the European Union.
  CE24 To use the appropriate procedures of tax enforcement at every level of administration.
  CE25 Manejar los distintos productos financieros para tomar decisiones entre distintas alternativas en el marco dela administraciones públicas
  CE26 To be familiar with the main approaches to leadership in public management, managers’ leadership skills and the role of the leader in work teams.
  CE27 To understand the theoretical and practical foundations of the marketing mix of the public and non-profit sectors.
  CE28 To be able to apply the methods, models and techniques of quantitative and qualitative data.
  CE29 To acquire knowledge of public expenditure Law, treasury and financial operations, and the systems, techniques and regulations of internal-external control of the public sector.
  CE30 To be able to interact and function in a specific (public or private) work context, and apply the specific knowledge and skills that have been acquired in the different courses.
  CE31 Ability to design and produce (individually or in a group) an original piece of work, following the indications of a lecturer/author. Ability to present and defend publicly the Final Degree Project before an academic panel (plan, discoveries and results).
  CE32 To understand the definition of problems and their entrance on the public agenda, applying a specific methodology.
  CE33 To be able to apply quality control techniques in public administrations and understand the quantitative and qualitative basic indicators of public governance.
  CE34 Ability to identify problems, analyze solutions and develop practices among agents in multi-level governance.
  CE35 Ability to manage the development of projects in a complex environment of public problems.
  CE36 To reflect on public ethical values and the juridical consequences of unlawful behavior.
  CE37 Ability to analyze and identify development opportunities through the use of available resources
  CE38 To be able to plan and carry out (in its entirety) a development project in a specific territorial area and application of supporting public policies to finance it.
  CE39 To understand the planning and administrative management of financial-economic resources, the organization and management of public services, and to know the financial legal framework of financing of public administrations.
  CE40 To understand the functioning of contemporary democracies, political behavior and their “political cultures.”
  CE41 To master the assessment mechanisms within the process of design and analysis of public policies in a multi-level context.
  CE42 Ability to write all sorts of messages and meet society’s public information demands.
  CE43 To understand the influence of the political system on the administrative systems of OECD countries.
  CE44 To use ICT in a safe, effective fashion and to use different formats of electronic documents.
  CE45 To acquire the fundamentals of e-Governance and to be able to manage and improve the tools of e-Administration.
Type CT Code Transversal Competences
  CT1 Capacity of analysis and synthesis for building and defending arguments Know how
  CT2 Ability to organize, plan and use time efficiently, and self-control skills in situations of pressure.
  CT3 Use of foreign languages for the activities of the different courses.
  CT4 Skill for independent resolution of problems in relation with information qualitative and quantitative know
  CT5 Capacity for taking autonomous and independent decisions Know be / be
  CT6 Commitment to striving for quality and continuous improvement and innovation.
  CT7 Commitment to striving for quality and continuous improvement and innovation.
  CT8 Capacity to cooperate teamwork and open to different points of view and opinions
  CT9 Capacity to create critical thinking and self-criticism
  CT10 Leadership skills (readiness to take on responsibilities) and ability to delegate responsibilities when dealing with workgroups.
  CT11 Commitment to public service and ethical values.
  CT12 Entrepreneurship skills.
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