According with the settings defined before, the course is divided into four categories, gropued into two sections: Theory, which includes THEORY PROJECT and TECHNICAL REGULATIONS, and Practical work, which includes the teaching of APPLIED KWONLEDGES and the drafting of a PROJECT (teams are formed by 6 students). The evaluation of the course will cover all these sections. The final exam will involve three parts: THEORY OF THE PROJECT, TECHNICAL REGULATIONS AND APPLIED KNOWLEDGE. The exams consist in a multiple choice tests and/or exercises related with the issues discussed at the lectures and/or contained in the proposed texts. Meanwhile, the team project will be performed throughout the course practices. The final grade of the course will be composed by the scores obtained on each part of the exam and the qualification of the team project. The course grade will be assessed on the basis of the THEORY PROJECT (35%), TECHNICAL REGULATIONS (15%), applied knowledge (15%) and group project (35%). The student must pass each part separately. If this minimum is not reached on all the grades, the final report will express the failed scores average but the approved grades will be kept for the whole year. When current regulations so decides, a "practices recovery test" will be provide. It is based in several practical exercises on the wording of the different parts of a project. This test is included into the corresponding call exam.