Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, following a positive report from the Agency for the quality of the University system of Galicia (ACSUGA).
Established the official nature of the title by agreement of Council of Ministers of April 15, 2011 (published in the Official Gazette on May 11, 2011 by resolution of the Secretary General of universities, of 26 April 2011).
For the purposes of the compliance of the foreseen in article 35.4 of the organic law 6/2001, of 21 December, on universities, and in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, of 12 April, laying down that the rectors and Vice-Chancellors of universities shall order the publication in the «Official Gazette» (BOE) and the «Diario official de Galicia"(DOG) in this case, the first paragraph of the section 5.1 of the memory for the request for verification of official titles, according to annex I of Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, of October 29, according to press release of October 14, 2008, of the General academic coordination and legal regime of the Ministry of science and innovation, on the structure of the teachings , and according to article 26 of the Royal Decree 861/2010 of 2 July.
This Rectorate resolved: publish the curriculum leading to the official degree of masters in energy and sustainability (2nd Edition) by the University of Vigo, contained in the annex to this resolution.
Vigo, 17 March 2014.-El Rector, Salustiano Mato de la Iglesia.
Annex University Master's degree in energy and sustainability (2nd Edition) branch of knowledge: engineering and architecture table 1. Distribution of ECTS credits according to type of matter subject ECTS obligatory 46.5 electives 3 Externships 0 work end of Master 10.5 credits total 60 table 2. Subjects, credits and modules of the Master subjects ECTS character module wind energy.
Solar thermal and photovoltaic energy.
Energy from geothermal energy, the technology of hydrogen and other technologies of use of natural resources.
Energy from biomass, biofuels and waste.
Thermal technologies and electric power.
Efficiency, savings and energy audits.
Energy and environmental economy.
Energy, economy and environment.
Spanish energy sector: Sectoral regulation of energy and networks. Electricity sector. HC and coal sector.
Energy and environment.
To obtain the degree of Master in energy and sustainability (2nd Edition), students must pass the 60 ECTS of which comprises the master.