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Skill sets and Final Learning Outcomes

Skill sets A

Study and translate into technical terms the needs expressed by a project sponsor in order to produce specifications that account for uses, constraints, risks and technical, economic, environmental and social implications

  • A1 : Clearly formulate the requests and needs expressed, applying appropriate methods, and have the project sponsor validate the reformulation of their request/need.
  • A2 : Determine the constraints, risks and technical, economic, environmental and social implications, accounting for the lifespan of the solution to be implemented.
  • A3 : Propose functional and requirement specifications after analysing a well-defined request or need.

Skill sets B

From a case study, define the scientific problems to be solved, then analyse and model them before proposing one or more solutions based on a rigorous research method

  • B1: Define the scientific problems to be solved, and compare existing solutions to each problem, taking into account cutting-edge developments.
  • B2 : Identify appropriate mathematical, physical or computing models and adapt them to similar situations, whether or not they relate to the same discipline.
  • B3 : In varying contexts and complex situations, apply reasoning and methods of formal and digital calculation to find solutions to a given problem.
  • B4 : Evaluate the accuracy of a solution, pointing out errors and verifying its practicality, orders of magnitude and coherence in relation to the initial hypothesis.

Skill sets C

Design a technical system in the fields of electronics, IT and mechatronics that meets a given set of specifications and responds to environmental and social issues

  • C1 : Develop a system architecture to meet a set of specifications by developing function blocks and creating a complete overview diagram showing interdependencies and communication between the constituent elements.
  • C2 : For each function block, design technical solutions that meet the specifications, producing appropriate documentation.
  • C3 : Define a set of tests that can validate the performance of the solution to be implemented.
  • C4 : Propose solutions that best respond to the negative environmental or social implications over a solution's lifespan.

Skill sets D

Based on a design, create a solution in the form of a prototype or product, and evaluate its performance in order to validate or invalidate its release

  • D1 : Create a functional prototype from a clearly documented design.
  • D2 : Modify a pre-designed and documented solution to adapt it to different technical specifications.
  • D3 : Validate the performance of a prototype or product by implementing a pre-defined series of tests.
  • D4 : Identify the cause or causes of a prototype or product's malfunction by implementing debugging, measurement or other appropriate actions and applying appropriate solutions.

Skill sets E

Carry out a project or task within a given framework, either alone or in a team, including in an international context

  • E1 : Receive, search for, sort and class information, demonstrating critical thinking, in order to successfully carry out a project or task.
  • E2 : Analyse the company culture of a business in economic, managerial, business and legal terms in order to act appropriately within that culture.
  • E3 : In a team, co-operate to contribute to a project, using your own skills and making the most of others’ skill sets and opinions.
  • E4 : Define and lead a project, carrying out planning and follow-up, and drawing on the resources necessary for the success of the project, while adjusting its implementation with the aim of continuous improvement.

Skill sets F

Promote a project in a professional manner, adapting the presentation to the audience and justifying choices, including in an international context

  • F1 : Produce appropriate materials to present the work carried out.
  • F2 : Interact using sound argument, while adapting to established goals and the context of the interaction.

Skill sets G

Commit to a sound, ethical and responsible professional approach

  • G1 : Evaluate the risks linked to the ecosystem and to the engineer's intervention, applying an ethical and critical method of action and proposing appropriate corrective measures that account for vulnerabilities.
  • G2 : Systematically and rigorously respect professional norms and procedures.
  • G3 : Build a career plan, realistically evaluating your competencies and weaknesses, and independently taking the necessary measures for the plan to succeed.