Panning and ManagementEvaluationProjects ManagementHuman DevelopmentWorking with people

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2014 -AGRICULTURAL TRADE AND PROSPERITY

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2011 -Concepto de proyecto: lecciones de experiencia

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2011 - GENERIC SKILLS IN ENGINEERING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT

Authors:

Palma, M.; De los Ros, I. Min, E.

Title: GENERIC SKILLS IN ENGINEERING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT
Congress: 15th International Congress on Project Engineering
Publisher: AEIPRO.
Place: Huesca
Date: July 2011


ABSTRACT

In this work, a comparison between the competences codes in the CDIOs* curriculum, the ones defined for the Tunning Project and the International Project Management Association (IPMA) is made. The goal is to define the most appropriate competences codes for the engineering education in Latin America.  The CDIO code is obtained from the engineering practice, and responds to the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) standards of accreditation. The Tuning competences are the ones defined for Latin America and the IPMAs are international competences for project management. It is the first time that the competences defined in ABET accreditation standards in the engineering field are compared with the international competences according to IPMAs model. The results give evidence that, in first place, there is a need to apply holistic models covering technical, contextual and behavioral skills in the definition of an engineering curriculum. Second, the pertinence of these models in the definition of engineering programs in Latin America and the possibility of establishing a curriculum of industrial engineering, with appropriate learning strategy.

Key words: generic competences; abet; ipma; cdio; tuning project; engineering education

   

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