In Europe, a unified Higher Education Area is being created, with the aim of establishing a homogeneous system of University degrees in all member states. In this context, the use of virtual campus or LMS's will be generalized. Currently, LMS's are offering more and more capabilities for teaching and learning. However, engineering degrees present some specific problems since typical learning in engineering is based on synchronous communication, graphical drawing and labs. In this paper we investigated which educational resources, both online and on campus, are needed in order to develop an Engineering University degree in this new scenario. An opinion survey of Spanish University Faculty was collected and the survey results analyzed and presented. . Based on the results of this study, we defined a group of minimum tools of a LMS that enables the development of the students'expected competences . This study is a continuation of some previous studies by the same authors on the efficiency of e-learning tools.