The programmes in the Applied Science Domain have eight domain competences with competence indicators. They can be found in Appendix III of the BSc profile description in the domain. On this page you will find the eight competence tables as separate downloads.
The descriptions below apply to an experienced professional in the Applied Science Domain. The indicators and intermediate levels used by the programmes have been derived directly from them and developed into competence tables. Use the links below to download the eight tables. Would you rather have all the tables in one document? Click here to download Appendix III as a whole
The Bachelor of Science performs research in the Applied Science domain which either helps to solve a problem or develop a method, or provides a greater understanding of a subject within his specific working environment.
The Bachelor of Science conducts experiments in the Applied Science domain in a way that ensures that demonstrably reliable results are obtained.
The Bachelor of Science develops or improves a process, instrument, product or material or scales a process up or down in the Applied Science domain.
Management | Coordination
The Bachelor of Science develops, implements and maintains a management system or parts thereof to ensure that the system conformsto the relevant legislation and quality standards and the organisation’s norms and values.
Advice | Procurement & Sales
The Bachelor of Science provides properly substantiated advice on the design, improvement or use of products, processes and methods and effects profitable transactions involving products or services within the Applied Science domain.
Instruction | Supervision | Teaching | Coaching
The Bachelor of Science instructs and supervises employees and customers while teaching new knowledge and skills within the Applied Science domain.
Leadership | Managing people
The Bachelor of Science provides direction and guidance for organisational processes and the employees involved in them in order to achieve the goals of the division/department or the project which he is managing.
The Bachelor of Science manages himself in performing his duties and in his development and ensures that he is up to date with the latest developments in terms of knowledge and skills and in terms of ethical dilemmas and socially accepted norms and values.
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