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CB6 – Students have demonstrated knowledge and understanding providing the groundwork or opportunity for innovation in developing and/or applying ideas, often within a research context

CB7 – Students are capable of applying their knowledge,  understanding, and problem-solving abilities in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study

CB8  – Students are capable of integrating knowledge and making complex decisions, which, although based on incomplete or limited information, require reflection on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and opinions."

CB9 – Students are capable of clearly and unambiguously communicating their conclusions, and the underlying knowledge and rationale  to specialist and non-specialist audiences

CB10  – Students have the learning skills that they require to pursue their studies in a largely self-directed or independent manner


CG1  – Ability to plan, design, organize, direct and control the production systems and processes developed in the agricultural sector, taking environmental sustainability into account.


CT1  – Use of the English language.

CT2  – Teamwork leadership.

CT3  – Creativity.

CT4  – Organization and planning.

CT5  – Information management.

CT6  – Administrative and economic management.

CT7  – Working in an intenational environment.


CE1  – Adequate knowledge and ability to apply and develop technology in the environmental management of agricultural resources, the management of rural territory and projects of agricultural systems engineering.

CE2  – Adequate knowledge and ability to apply and develop technology in control, automation and management of equipment and facilities that are integrated into the

processes and biosystems of production of the agri-food sector.

CE3 – Adequate knowledge and ability to analyze the sustainability of buildings and agricultural infrastructures.

CE4  – The ability to identify the data of unconventional problems, to propose experimental methodologies and data analysis that allow reaching a technically viable solution suitable of application to the field in consideration.

CE5  – The ability to integrate into a work environment and apply the technologies, methodologies and tools concerning Agricultural Systems Engineering for the resolution of problems, and the proposal of new approaches to real situations.

CE6  – Realization, presentation and defense of an original exercise carried out individually in front of a university evaluation committee, consisting of a comprehensive work in the field of agricultural systems engineering in which the competences acquired during the teaching are synthesized.