|OFICIAL||Social and Professional Aspects|
|Responsible unit:||Department of Informatics Engineering|
|Course/CS Responsible:||Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering|
|Acronym||No. of Students||Study Plan||Curricular Years||Credits UCN||Credits ECTS||Contact hours||Total Time|
|MIEIC||145||Syllabus since 2009/2010||3||-||4,5||56||121,5|
|Manuel Firmino da Silva Torres|
OBJECTIVES: • Identify and acquire the basic knowledges to know how to progressively maximize the successful conditions of the personal and interpersonal performance. • Apply self-control techniques and strategies of interpersonal relationships that allow managing with high mastery the efficiency of work processes implementation and the effectiveness of the outcomes to achieve in each organization. • Be aware of the importance of knowing how to use soft skills and to perform growing changes in order to develop a professional profile that contributes to improve the future performance of the computer engineer.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: At the end of this course students should be able to successfully use their personal and interpersonal skills both in informal situations and in academic/professional contexts.
SKILLS (CDIO): 2- Personal and professional skills 2.2-Experimentation and knowledge discovery 2.4-Personal skills and attitudes 2.5-Professional skills and attitudes 3-Interpersonal attitudes 3.1-Group work 3.2-Communication 4-Conceiving, designing, implementing and operating systems in the enterprise and societal context 4.1-External and social contexts 4.2-Enterprise and business contexts
1. Quality Costumer Service(Internal/External) 2. Interaction and Communication Attitudes 3. Rules of Professional Communication 4. Signs of Non Verbal Language 5. Meetings Preparation and Guidance 6. Assertiveness in Interpersonal Relationships 7. Individuals and Group Management in Organizations 8. Team Work Development 9. Micromarketing and Professional Effectiveness 10. Time management and Work Organization 11. Personal Responsibility Development 12. Maximization of Creative Capacity
List of supplementary bibliography for all contents of the program provided by the regent and accessible through the SIGARRA.
Theoretical classes: Expository and interrogative methods with suport of audiovisual auxiliaries such as whiteboard, overhead projector and/or computer with video projector. Theoretical-Practical classes: Demonstrative and active methods with suport of equipments such as computer and video projector; practical activities, case analysis and training exercises to improve the skills related to the different application levels referred in the program contents.
|Elaboração de projeto||19,00|
|Elaboração de relatório/dissertação/tese||20,00|
|Frequência das aulas||56,00|
Attendance to 75% of classes and compulsory attendance to the assessment components.
FC= 50%TC + 50%TPC FC: Final Classification. Note: final approval requires a minimum score of 50% in theoretical (TC) and 50% in theoretical-practical (TPC); the sum of these two classifications have to be at least 9,5 on a scale of 0 to 20. TC: Theoretical Classification (MT) MT=1st MT (50%) + 2nd MT (505) TPC: Theoretical-Practical Classification (IProj + OP + Iperf) IProj=Report (30%) + Powerpoint (20%) OP=Presentation (20%) + Discussion (10%) IPerf=Participation (20%)
Assessment Components: MT- 2 mini-tests about theoretical classes (individual assignment) IProj- Development of a "Inovation Project" (group assignment) OP- Oral Presentation of the "Inovation Project" (individual and group assignment) IPerf- Individual Performance during classes
The same as for ordinary students. While working students are dispense from classes, there is an obligation to be present at the evaluation moments and to carry out the work described in the assesment components.
Students can improve their marks in the next year.
Office hours: monday- 4.30pm to 6.00pm. Office: I-327 Note: Please send an email scheduling a meeting; or to schedule a meeting in another day and hour.