For students to achieve the learning objectives described is highly recommended to have passed the subjects of the preceding courses that allow them to have an idea of the whole, especially those of technological scope related to the calculation, design, and development of an engineering project.
Likewise, it is advisable to have knowledge of English, at least at a basic level.
We are faced with a discipline and a subject different from those dictated throughout the course of the degree, it can be said that it is atypical within the set of subjects, but nevertheless very typical within the engineering profession. We are facing a very formative subject, in which the student has to work as a team, must provide dedication, and in which he/she can glimpse something of what his/her profession is going to be.
It is not only that the student learns specific works that could be done throughout the course, what is involved is that he/she learns some methods, a way of working, a way of doing things that allows him to perform other different specific works. In addition, It is intended to acquire some qualities, a behavior and, why not say, a suitable temperament to work in the world of project engineering.
|CB02||Apply their knowledge to their job or vocation in a professional manner and show that they have the competences to construct and justify arguments and solve problems within their subject area.|
|CB03||Be able to gather and process relevant information (usually within their subject area) to give opinions, including reflections on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.|
|CB04||Transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions for both specialist and non-specialist audiences.|
|CB05||Have developed the necessary learning abilities to carry on studying autonomously|
|CEC12||Knowledge and skills to organise and manage projects. Knowledge of the organisational structure and functions of a project office.|
|CG01||Ability to draft, sign and develop projects in the field of Industrial Engineering, in accordance with the knowledge acquired under the provisions of Order CIN/351/2009, for the construction, reform, repair, conservation, demolition, manufacture, installation, assembly or operation of: structures, mechanical equipment, energy installations, electrical and electronic installations, industrial installations and plants, and manufacturing and automation processes.|
|CG02||Ability to manage activities related to engineering projects in the field of industrial engineering.|
|CG04||Ability to solve problems with initiative, decision-making, creativity, critical reasoning and to communicate and transmit knowledge, skills and abilities in the field of industrial engineering.|
|CG05||Knowledge required to carry out measurements, calculations, valuations, appraisals, valuations, surveys, studies, reports, work plans and other similar work.|
|CG06||Ability to handle specifications, regulations and mandatory standards.|
|CG07||Ability to analyse and assess the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.|
|CG08||Ability to apply quality principles and methods.|
|CG09||Organisational and planning skills in the field of companies and other institutions and organisations.|
|CG10||Capacity to work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary environment.|
|CG11||Knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the necessary legislation necessary when working as an Industrial technical engineer.|
|CT02||Knowledge and application of information and communication technology.|
|CT03||Ability to communicate correctly in both spoken and written form.|
|CT04||Knowledge of ethical commitment and professional ethics.|
|Course learning outcomes|
|Ability to manage any type of project.|
|Knowledge of the main computer applications used in the preparation, processing and control of projects.|
|Knowledge of the general aspects of environmental technologies and sustainability.|
|Knowledge of the different tasks to be performed in a project office.|
|To know the functions of the work management, its functions and all its responsibilities.|
|Ability to present and defend ideas, problems and solutions in the field of engineering projects.|
|Understanding and interpreting the importance of current regulations and legislation to be applied in industrial engineering works and their implementation in industrial projects.|
|Ability to analyse and compare different alternatives proposed from the economic perspective of a project.|
|Awareness of the need to adapt engineering projects so that they damage the environment as little as possible.|
|Ability to design, draft and manage all the documents that comprise the structure of an industrial project or any technical document that must be drawn up by this type of professional. Fundamental documents: report, plans, specifications, budget, health and safety documents, environmental documents, control of deadlines and times.|
|Training Activity||Methodology||Related Competences (only degrees before RD 822/2021)||ECTS||Hours||As||Com||Description|
|Class Attendance (theory) [ON-SITE]||Lectures||CB02 CB03 CB05 CEC12 CG01 CG02 CG04 CG06 CG07 CG08 CG09 CG10 CG11 CT04||1.28||32||N||N||Participatory master class, with blackboard and projector|
|Problem solving and/or case studies [ON-SITE]||Problem solving and exercises||CB02 CB03 CB05 CEC12 CG02 CG04 CG05 CG08 CG09 CT03||0.2||5||N||N||Problem solving by the teacher in the classroom with active participation of students|
|Class Attendance (practical) [ON-SITE]||Practical or hands-on activities||CB02 CB03 CB05 CEC12 CG02 CG04 CG05 CG09 CG10 CT02 CT03||0.6||15||Y||Y||Computer Classroom, through specific programs|
|Formative Assessment [ON-SITE]||Assessment tests||CB02 CB03 CB04 CB05 CEC12 CG01 CG02 CG04 CG05 CG06 CG07 CG08 CG09 CG10 CG11 CT02 CT03 CT04||0.32||8||Y||Y||Written tests, practical laboratory tests and presentation and defense of individual or group academic works|
|Study and Exam Preparation [OFF-SITE]||Self-study||CB02 CB03 CB04 CB05 CEC12 CG01 CG02 CG04 CG05 CG06 CG07 CG08 CG09 CG10 CG11 CT02 CT03 CT04||3.6||90||N||N||Autonomous personal study of the student and supervised work|
|Total credits of in-class work: 2.4||Total class time hours: 60|
|Total credits of out of class work: 3.6||Total hours of out of class work: 90|
As: Assessable training activity Com: Training activity of compulsory overcoming (It will be essential to overcome both continuous and non-continuous assessment).
|Evaluation System||Continuous assessment||Non-continuous evaluation *||Description|
|Projects||35.00%||35.00%||In continuous assessment, it consists of the completion and delivery of academic work done outside of class, presented in class and supervised by the teacher individually or in small groups.
In non-continuous assessment, it consists of the completion of an academic work done outside of class individually that will be delivered and presented on the day of the final test.
Minimum mark for both evaluations: 4.0
|Assessment of activities done in the computer labs||15.00%||15.00%||In continuous assessment it consists of the delivery of the practical exercises carried out in the sessions as well as taking a test of the contents of the practices.
In non-continuous assessment, it consists of taking a test of the contents of the practices.
Minimum mark for both evaluations: 4.0
|Final test||0.00%||40.00%||It consists of taking a single evaluation test including theoretical-practical exercises similar to those carried out in the training activities throughout the course.|
|Assessment of problem solving and/or case studies||10.00%||10.00%||In continuous assessment, it consists of the completion and delivery of problems by the students.
In non-continuous assessment, there will be a test related to these problems on the day of the final test.
|Mid-term tests||40.00%||0.00%||It consists of several tests including theoretical-practical exercises similar to those carried out in the training activities throughout the course.
Minimum mark for each partial: 4.0
|Not related to the syllabus/contents|
|Class Attendance (theory) [PRESENCIAL][Lectures]||32|
|Problem solving and/or case studies [PRESENCIAL][Problem solving and exercises]||5|
|Class Attendance (practical) [PRESENCIAL][Practical or hands-on activities]||15|
|Formative Assessment [PRESENCIAL][Assessment tests]||8|
|Study and Exam Preparation [AUTÓNOMA][Self-study]||90|
|Author(s)||Title||Book/Journal||Citv||Publishing house||ISBN||Year||Description||Link||Catálogo biblioteca|
|Adedeji B. Badiru, P. Simin Pulat||Comprehensive project management: Integrating optimization models, management principles, and computers||Libro||New Jersey, USA||Prentice Hall||978-0130309259||1994||Gestión de proyectos de ingeniería|
|Ana González Marcos, Fernando Alba Elías, Joaquín Ordieres Meré||Ingeniería de proyectos||Libro||Madrid||Dextra||978-8416277018||2014||Ingeniería de proyectos|
|Avraham Shtub, Jonathan F. Bard, Shlomo Globerson||Project management: Engineering, technology, and implementation||Libro||New Jersey, USA||Prentice Hall||0-13-556458-1||1994||Gestión de proyectos de ingeniería|
|Cindy Lewis, Carl Chatfield, Timothy Johnson||Microsoft Project 2019 step by step||Libro||Redmond, USA||Microsoft Press||978-1-5093-0742-5||2019||Libro de prácticas con ejemplos y casos para aprender el manejo del programa MS Project 2019|
|Javier Contreras Sanz, José Ignacio Muñoz Hernández||Proyectos||Libro||Ciudad Real||UCLM||978-84-608-0640-0||2007||Ingeniería de proyectos|
|Manuel de Cos Castillo||Teoría general del proyecto vol. II: Ingeniería de proyectos||Libro||Madrid||Síntesis, S. A.||978-8477384526||1997||Ingeniería de proyectos|