CB1 - Students have demonstrated possession and understanding of knowledge in an area of study that builds on the foundation of general secondary education, and is usually at a level that, while relying on advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that involve knowledge from the cutting edge of their field of study.
CB2 - Students are able to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possess the competences usually demonstrated through the development and defence of arguments and problem solving within their field of study.
CB3 - Students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) in order to make judgements which include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
CB4 - Students are able to convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
CB5 - That students have developed those learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.
CE1 Analysing objects, communications and habitable spaces in order to detect design problems, provide alternative solutions and assess social, technological and economic viability.
CE2 Evaluating uses and programming functions oriented towards the conception and formalisation of design projects.
CE3 Synthesising knowledge and skills of plastic expression, representation techniques and materials and productive technologies that allow for the planning and development of design projects.
CE4 Using the basic techniques of plastic expression (drawing, colour and volume) to represent and create forms in two or three dimensions.
CE5 Mastering the techniques of graphic representation of spaces and volumes, planes and surfaces characteristic of design.
CE6 Demonstrate knowledge and use with specialised criteria of the architecture of the typeface and the different typographic families of the Latin alphabets.
CE7 Demonstrate an understanding of the basic knowledge of materials and their qualities, and of manufacturing processes and costs.
CE8 Demonstrate an understanding of the basic knowledge of the auxiliary sciences and disciplines of the design project, such as anthropometry and the physiology of visual perception, ergonomics, methods of use evaluation, marketing, prospecting techniques, etc.
CE9 Demonstrate knowledge and familiarity with the use of the audiovisual medium, the digital environment and its creation and production tools.
CE10 Structuring and hierarchising verbal information graphically.
CE11 Demonstrate an understanding of the functioning of the economic, business and institutional environment in which design projects and activities are contracted and developed professionally.
CE12 Demonstrate knowledge of the institutional and associative environment of the professional world of design and the role played by the different entities and social agents.
CE13 Planning, organising, managing and administering the development of design projects, both in the framework of independent professional work and in business or institutional organisations.
CE14 Formulating and structuring a business plan aimed at the development of products or companies and assessing their viability.
CE15 Demonstrate knowledge of the legal framework in which design activities are carried out: contracting models, patent registration, trademarks, copyright, etc.
CE16 Demonstrate an understanding and relevant and reasoned interpretation of texts on the history, theory and criticism of design.
CE17 Present and reason, orally and in writing, the results and work processes of their own design objects.
CE18 Interpret and critically assess final products and design projects, both their own and those of others.
CE19 Demonstrate knowledge of research methods relevant to design and the theory, analysis and critique of design and art.
CE20 Effectively apply elementary physical principles and basic mathematical tools for the conceptualisation and formalisation of design projects.
CE21 Having the resources and abilities to relate concepts and languages of different design specialities.
CE 22 Mastering the plastic languages to adapt the communicative and expressive intentions to the use of artistic media and techniques.
CT1 Ability to communicate orally and in writing in the native language and in other languages such as English, enabling work in an international context.
CT2 Drafting professional reports and academic papers.
CT3 Demonstrate knowledge and correct use of the documentary sources and bibliography necessary for both the planning and the analysis and reasoned critique of design.
CT4 Demonstrate interest in the study of foreign languages both to facilitate communication and to access different cultural contexts.
CT5 Mastering the computer environment and digital technologies.
CT6 Ability to work in a team and skills for dialogue with the different agents and disciplines that may intervene in the development of a design project.
CT7 Ability to coordinate, manage and lead work groups around a design project, or where design plays a relevant role.
CT8 Capacity for initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.
CT9 Capacity for resolution and decision-making.
CT10 Motivation for quality, both in the conceptual and argumentative approaches, and in the formal resolution and in the details of the final finish of a design project.
CT11 Ability to adapt to the national and international professional environment and, in particular, to the technological, social and economic changes that are taking place.
CT12 Ability to integrate and synthesise knowledge acquired in different contexts and situations, with flexibility and creativity.
CT13 Orienting design action on the basis of values of respect for the environment and with sustainability criteria.
CT14 Valuing and promoting the social use of the environment and communication with special attention to accessibility for different groups of users and receivers.
CT15 Valuing and preserving cultural, artistic and landscape heritage.
CT16 Demonstrating that one possesses the values and deontological principles of the profession.
CT17 Demonstrate knowledge of innovative phenomena and new cultural languages and proposals.
CT18 Ability to self-manage the development of a professional itinerary.
CT19 Demonstrate a positive affective disposition towards the aesthetic values and formal qualities of the material and visual environment.
CT20 Demonstrate a predisposition towards the rigour and experimentation inherent to the scientific method.
More details in the Bachelor of Design Report.