Theses

The studies include a Bachelor’s thesis of 7 credits for students aiming for a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s thesis of 30 credits for students aiming for a Master’s degree.

Bachelor’s thesis, 7 credits (811383A)

The Bachelor’s thesis that is part of the Bachelor of Science degree demonstrates that the student is intimately familiar with the subject matter of their thesis and has the ability to conduct academic communications. The thesis may contain an empirical section and a written research section, or just an essay based on literature. The Bachelor’s thesis is assessed as passed or failed. 

Master’s thesis, 30 credits (813613S)

This is a course that binds together the entire degree programme and study line. The Master’s thesis that is part of the Master of Science degree demonstrates that the student is capable of academic thinking, has command of the necessary research methods, is intimately familiar with the subject matter of the thesis and has the ability to conduct academic communications.

 

Last updated: 20.6.2017