Tempus Project N 145165-TEMPUS-2008-SE-SMHES (2008-4763)

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Designing and implementing of the NQF

Tempus Project N
°

145165
-
TEMPUS
-
2008
-
SE
-
SMHES (2008
-
4763)

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Knowledge and understanding

Bachelor

-

Knowledge and understanding of
the well established principles within
the fundamental fields of physics,
mathematics and engineering
sciences related to electrical
engineering as electric and magnetic
theory, differential and integral
calculus, linear algebra, complex
analysis, electric DS and AC circuits,
measurement and control
engineering, network theory

-

Coherent knowledge in the subject
specific fundamentals in the field of
Power systems: power plants, power
transmission and distribution,
electrical equipment, renewable
energy sources, energy efficiency and
environment protection.

-
Awareness of the wider
multidisciplinary context of
electrical engineering

-

Have demonstrated
knowledge and
understanding founded
upon prior education and
training within the main
field of study, including
knowledge about the range
of theoretical, conceptual,
comparative and critical
perspectives in the field
within appropriate
methodology;


In
-
depth study in a
particular area and
familiarity with cur
rent
research issues and new
sources of knowledge.

Have demonstrated
knowledge and
understanding in different
theories and
methodologies.

Have demonstrated
knowledge and
understanding in a field
of study that builds upon
and their general
secondary education, and
is typically at a level that,
whilst supported by
advanced textbooks,
includes some aspects
that will be informed by
knowledge of the
forefront of their field of
study;



Learning Outcomes





Knowledge and understanding of the well
established principles within the fundamental
fields of physics, mathematics and engineering
sciences related to electrical engineering as electric
and magnetic theory, differential and integral
calculus, linear algebra, complex analysis, electric
DS and AC circuits, measurement and control
engineering, network theory



Coherent knowledge in the subject specific
fundamentals in the field of Power systems: power
plants, power transmission and distribution,
electrical equipment, renewable energy sources,
energy efficiency and environment protection.



Awareness of the wider multidisciplinary context
of electrical engineering

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Knowledge and understanding

Master

-

Advanced knowledge and
understanding founded upon Bachelor
level, within those areas of Power
Systems or related disciplines
as

electric machines, electric transmission
and distribution systems, computer
application in power systems, power
electronics, renewable energy sources,
energy efficiency and environment
protection, in which the student has
chosen to develop special expertise.

-

Deeper insight into current research
and development work: current and
emerging concepts, principles and
theories relevant to the chosen areas of
specialization in power systems

-

A critical awareness of the forefront of

power systems’ disciplines, providing a
basis for originality in developing and
applying autonomous ideas in a
research context

-

Have demonstrated
knowledge and understanding
founded upon Bachelor level
within the main field of study,
implementing methodologies
appropriate for solving complex
problems, both systematically
and creatively, that provides a
basis or opportunity for
originality in developing and/or
applying autonomous ideas in a
research context.

-

Ability to deploy a wide
breadth and depth of
knowledge

-
Demonstrate
high levels of
specialist competence in one or
more specific
fields

-

Dispose knowledge of one or
more subject areas in the
specific scientific fields, based
on the most advanced
international research in that
field

Have demonstrated
knowledge and
understanding that is
founded upon and
extends and/or enhances
that typically associated
with Bachelor’s level, and
that provides a basis or
opportunity for
originality in developing
and/or applying ideas,
often within a research
context;



Learning Outcomes





Knowledge and understanding of the well established principles
within the fundamental fields of physics, mathematics and
engineering sciences related to electrical engineering as electric
and magnetic theory, differential and integral calculus, linear
algebra, complex analysis, electric DS and AC circuits,
measurement and control engineering, network theory



Coherent knowledge in the subject specific fundamentals in
the field of Power systems: power plants, power transmission
and distribution, electrical equipment, renewable energy
sources, energy efficiency and environment protection.



Awareness of the wider multidisciplinary context of
electrical engineering



Advanced knowledge and understanding founded
upon Bachelor level, within those areas of Power Systems
or related disciplines as

electric machines, electric transmission and distribution
systems, computer application in power systems, power
electronics, renewable energy sources, energy efficiency
and environment protection, in which the student has
chosen to develop special expertise.



Deeper insight into current research and
development work: current and emerging concepts,
principles and theories relevant to the chosen areas
of specialization in power systems.



A critical awareness of the forefront of

power systems’ disciplines, providing a basis for
originality in developing and
applying
autonomous ideas in a research context

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Applying knowledge and understanding

Bachelor

Ability to determine and
analyse

the
processes, methods and results in the
area of power plants, power
transmission and distribution,
electrical equipment, renewable
energy sources, energy efficiency and
environment protection.

Ability to identify, formulate and
solve fundamental problems within
the field of power systems, (on
steady states, faulted states and
transient states) using established
methods.

Ability to select and use appropriate
equipment, tools and analytical
methods relevant for power systems
analysis

-

Can apply their
knowledge and
understanding in a
manner that indicates a
professional approach
to their work or
vocation;

-

Have demonstrated
competences for
indentifying, analyzing
and solving problems,


Be able to devise and
sustain arguments
within their field of
study;

-
Can apply their
knowledge and
understanding in a
manner that indicates
a professional
approach to their
work or vocation, and
have competences
typically
demonstrated
through devising and
sustaining arguments
and solving problems
within their field of
study;



Learning Outcomes



Ability to determine and
analyse

the processes,
methods and results in the area of power plants,
power transmission and distribution, electrical
equipment, renewable energy sources, energy
efficiency and environment protection.

Ability to identify, formulate and solve
fundamental problems within the field of power
systems, (on steady states, faulted states and
transient states) using established methods.

Ability to select and use appropriate equipment,
tools and analytical methods relevant for power
systems analysis

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Applying knowledge and understanding

Master

Ability
to examine, develop and
manage processes, methods and
results in electric machines, electric
transmission and distribution systems,
computer application in power
systems, power electronics, renewable
energy sources, energy efficiency and
environment protection, in which the
student has chosen to develop special
expertise.

Ability to independently and
creatively solve problems with some
originality within multidisciplinary
context related to the field of power
systems (on steady states, faulted
states and transient states)

Ability to apply innovative methods in
solving problems that are unfamiliar
and incompletely defined, using
advanced mathematical, scientific, IT
and engineering knowledge.

-

Ability to critically,
independently and
creatively solve
problems with some
originality in new or
unfamiliar
environments within
multidisciplinary
context related to their
field of study

-
Can apply their
knowledge and
understanding, and
problem solving
abilities in new or
unfamiliar
environments within
broader (or
multidisciplinary)
contexts related to
their field of study;



Learning Outcomes



Ability to determine and
analyse

the processes, methods and
results in the area of power plants, power transmission and
distribution, electrical equipment, renewable energy sources,
energy efficiency and environment protection.

Ability to identify, formulate and solve fundamental problems
within the field of power systems, (on steady states, faulted states
and transient states) using established methods.

Ability to select and use appropriate equipment, tools and
analytical methods relevant for power systems analysis

Ability to examine, develop and manage processes,
methods and results in electric machines, electric
transmission and distribution systems, computer
application in power systems, power electronics,
renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and
environment protection, in which the student has
chosen to develop special expertise.

Ability to independently and creatively solve
problems with some originality within
multidisciplinary context related to the field of
power systems (on steady states, faulted states and
transient states)

Ability to apply innovative methods in solving
problems that are unfamiliar and incompletely
defined, using advanced mathematical, scientific,
IT and engineering knowledge.

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Making judgment

Bachelor

To be able to gather, analyze and
present information from relevant
data within the
field
area of Power
systems, usually from the perspective
of: power plants, power transmission
and distribution, electrical
equipment, renewable energy
sources, energy efficiency and
environment protection.

Exercise

appropriate

judgment

in

implementing

and

evaluating

knowledge

within

the

field

area

of

Power

systems
.

taking

into

account

relevant

personal,

social,

scientific

or

ethical

aspects


Ability to combine theory and
practice to solve power systems’
problems, to explain the reasons and
choose adequate solution.

-

Ability to gather,
analyze, evaluate, and
present information,
ideas, concepts from
relevant data,

-

Exercise appropriate
judgment, taking into
account relevant
personal, social,
scientific or ethical
aspects.

-

Ability to evaluate
theoretical and
practical issues, to
explain the reasons and
choose adequate
solution.

-

have the ability to
gather and interpret
relevant data (usually
within their field of
study) to inform
judgments that
include reflection on
relevant social,
scientific or ethical
issues;



Learning Outcomes



To be able to gather, analyze and present
information from relevant data within the
field
area of Power systems, usually from the perspective
of: power plants, power transmission and
distribution, electrical equipment, renewable
energy sources, energy efficiency and environment
protection.

Exercise

appropriate

judgment

in

implementing

and

evaluating

knowledge

within

the

field

area

of

Power

systems
.

taking

into

account

relevant

personal,

social,

scientific

or

ethical

aspects


Ability to combine theory and practice to solve
power systems’ problems, to explain the reasons
and choose adequate solution.

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Making judgment

Master

To be able to synthesize and
integrate knowledge across
several areas related to: electric
machines, electric transmission
and distribution systems,
computer application in power
systems, power electronics,
renewable energy sources,
energy efficiency and
environment protection.

Ability to critically evaluate
data, make sound judgments
and draw conclusions even on
the basis of incomplete or
restricted information.


Ability to investigate the
application of new and
emerging technologies in the
Power systems

-

Ability to synthesize and
integrate knowledge

-

Ability to deal with complex
issues both systematically and
creatively, make sound
judgments even on the basis
of incomplete or restricted
information, but that include
reflecting on the personal,
social and ethical
responsibilities linked to the
application of their
knowledge and judgments;

-

Ability to evaluate and select
scientific theories,
methodologies, tools and
common skills in the subject
area, and ability to analyze
and propose solutions on
scientific base

-
have the ability to
integrate knowledge
and handle
complexity, and
formulate judgments
with incomplete or
limited information,
but that include
reflecting on social
and ethical
responsibilities linked
to the application of
their knowledge and
judgments;



Learning Outcomes



To be able to gather, analyze and present information from
relevant data within the
field
area of Power systems, usually from
the perspective of: power plants, power transmission and
distribution, electrical equipment, renewable energy sources,
energy efficiency and environment protection.

Exercise

appropriate

judgment

in

implementing

and

evaluating

knowledge

within

the

field

area

of

Power

systems
.

taking

into

account

relevant

personal,

social,

scientific

or

ethical

aspects


Ability to combine theory and practice to solve power systems’
problems, to explain the reasons and choose adequate solution.

Ability to critically evaluate data, make sound
judgments and draw conclusions even on the basis
of incomplete or restricted information.

To be able to synthesize and integrate knowledge
across several areas related to: electric machines,
electric transmission and distribution systems,
computer application in power systems, power
electronics, renewable energy sources, energy
efficiency and environment protection.

Ability to investigate the application of new and
emerging technologies in the Power systems

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Communications skills

Bachelor

Communicate effectively in written
reports and oral presentations using
appropriate terminology and
technical language.


Share and debate concepts and ideas
in the field of Power systems with the
engineering community and with
society in large


Be capable of teamwork and
cooperate actively within the group
by sharing in the tasks and
responsibilities

-

Can
communicate and
discuss information,
ideas, problems and
solutions on the
contexts where criteria
for decisions and the
scope of the task may
be well defined to both
specialist and non
-

specialist audiences
.

-

Take
shared

responsibility or
collective results
.

-
Ability for
independent
participation with
professional approach
in specific scientific and
interdisciplinary
discussions

-

can communicate
information, ideas,
problems and
solutions to both
specialist and non
-
specialist audiences;



Learning Outcomes



Communicate effectively in written reports and
oral presentations using appropriate
terminology and technical language.

Share and debate concepts and ideas in the
field of Power systems with the engineering
community and with society in large

Be capable of teamwork and cooperate actively
within the group by sharing in the tasks and
responsibilities

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Communications skills

Master

Clearly and unambiguously
communicate conclusions,
results and study outcomes to
specialist audiences, along with
the ability to appropriate the
style and form of expression to
non
-
specialist audience

Participate effectively in
multidisciplinary designed
teams, either as a team leader
or in a specialist
role
;

Take over significant
responsibility for the individual
and collective results, lead and
initiate activity.

-
Can
communicate their
conclusions and
recommendations with the
argumentation of the
knowledge and rationale
underpinning these, to both
specialist and non
-

specialist
audiences clearly and
unambiguously
;

-
Take over significant
responsibility for the
collective results; lead and
initiate activity.


-
can communicate
their conclusions, and
the knowledge and
rationale
underpinning these,
to specialist and non
-
specialist audiences
clearly and
unambiguously;



Learning Outcomes



Communicate effectively in written reports and oral
presentations using appropriate terminology and technical
language.

Share and debate concepts and ideas in the field of Power systems
with the engineering community and with society in large

Be capable of teamwork and cooperate actively within the group
by sharing in the tasks and responsibilities

Participate effectively in multidisciplinary designed
teams, either as a team leader or in a specialist role;

Clearly and unambiguously communicate
conclusions, results and study outcomes to specialist
audiences, along with the ability to appropriate the
style and form of expression to non
-
specialist
audience

Take over significant responsibility for the individual
and collective results, lead and initiate activity.

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle
descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Learning skills

Bachelor

Take initiative to identify and
address learning needs for further
professional education, with a high
degree of
autonomy

To keep track of scientific issues in
the field of Power systems such as
scientific papers, journals, seminars,
conferences etc.

-

Take initiative to
identify and address
learning needs for
further knowledge and
ongoing learning, with a
high degree of
autonomy

have developed those
learning skills that are
necessary for them to
continue to
undertake further
study with a high
degree of autonomy



Learning Outcomes



Take initiative to identify and address learning
needs for further professional education, with a
high degree of autonomy.

To keep track of scientific issues in the field of
Power systems such as scientific papers,
journals, seminars, conferences etc.

Type
of
desc
.

Qual
if
.
cycle

Electrical Engineering

LO
-

Power Systems

MK cycle descriptors

Dublin
Descriptors

Learning skills

Master

Ability to identify personal
need for further knowledge and
to operate independently, to
acquire new knowledge and
skills autonomously within the
societal context;

Ability to take responsibility for
ongoing self
-
directed
individual learning

-
Ability
to identify personal
need for further knowledge
and to operate independently,
to acquire new knowledge
and skills autonomously
within the societal context
;

-
Ability to take responsibility
for ongoing individual
learning

-
have the learning
skills to allow them to
continue to study in a
manner that may be
largely self
-
directed or
autonomous;



Learning Outcomes



Take initiative to identify and address learning needs for further
professional education, with a high degree of autonomy.

To keep track of scientific issues in the field of Power systems such
as scientific papers, journals, seminars, conferences etc.

Ability to identify personal need for further knowledge
and to operate independently, to acquire new knowledge
and skills autonomously within the societal context;

Ability to take responsibility for ongoing self
-
directed individual learning
.