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Capacity to evaluate, interpret and synthesize chemical data and information.
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Capacity to design and implement projects in the general field of chemistry. Capacity to identify and analyse new problems and determine strategies for solving them. Work in data processing and statistical and graphic processes.
Fundamental concepts of projects and proyecgos management. Project management Face-to-face learning activities — Classes in which the teacher presents the theory component of the subject and clarifies related concepts, and offers direction and motivation.
Additional material and information provided by the teacher to serve as a guide and complement to classes is available via the Df Campus.
Direccion y Gestion de Proyectos
Classes are dde in two parts: Directed learning activities — Group work: These activities form part of the final grade. Independent learning — Reading: Practical exercises in project management For the second part of the subject, students are required prkyectos develop a project to solve a generic problem formulated by the teacher.
This includes a definition of project objectives and scope and detailed planning. During the first week of class, students enter the process to choose a practice group for team work. Once the process is completed, the Project title they must develop is provided to be submitted at the end of the practical sessions.
By assigning the Project at the beginning of dominto course, students are allowed to study as they progress on the teaching blocks. They can refer to the theory lecturer or to their practical work teacher. These practical exercises consist of the following activities: A written report explaining the development of the project must also be completed.
Alberto Domingo Ajenjo (Author of Dirección y gestión de proyectos)
Each student is responsible for the defence of the activities he or she carried out drieccion the group. On finishing the practical sessions, each student must submit individual and group self-assessment forms. Continuous assessment implies evaluating progress in the subject and involves the completion of various exercises ed the course, with different scores attached to different assignments.
The specific activities and assessment regulations are announced at the beginning of the course; at least one activity is an individual examination.
The process for continuous assessment is completed with a final examination covering the entire course content, the date of re is set by the Academic Council. For this method of assessment the following points should be observed: The date of the exam is determined by the Academic Council within the period set for mid-semester examinations.
Repeat assessment is set on the dates projectos by the Academic Council, in the period of final examinations. Projectos content, procedure and criteria are the same as those established in this course plan for the single assessment examination. To qualify for repeat assessment a continuous assessment result of at least 3. This second part of the course can only be evaluated by continuous assessment, and there is no possibility to repeat assessment.
Failure to attend any of the classes must be justified perforce, being due to an inevitable or significantly important cause, and may result in group members receiving different grades. The penalty is 0. The final grade awarded for the subject is the average of the scores obtained for the First and Second Parts, provided that both are higher than 3 out of Students who gesrion to waive their right to continuous assessment must submit the form available for the purpose on the Faculty website, before the date established proyevtos the course presentation that can be found ;royectos the Virtual Campus.
Students opting for single assessment for the First Part of the subject should understand that it consists of a final examination with theoretical and practical components.
The content, procedure and criteria dominggo repeat assessment are ajehjo same as those established in this course plan for the single assessment examination. Cos Castillo, Manuel de. Project Management Course unit code: Faculty of Chemistry Credits: Parts of a project 1. Case studies; Preparation of a preliminary draft. Examination-based assessment Students who wish to waive their right to gedtion assessment must submit the form available for the purpose on the Faculty website, before the date established in the course presentation that can be found on the Virtual Campus.
Discusses how to identify opportunities: Describes the concept and definition of an in-company project, its management and direction, evaluation of the project and preliminary decision, cost estimation and the price of the project and a financial plan. Teaching plan for the course unit.
Documents the complete life cycle of a project, from the search for commercial opportunities to the balance sheet for the work.