23069-V Master Thesis Seminar in Marketing, 6 sp
During the course you receive individual counseling for producing your thesis and present your research orally and in writing in a student group where you get additional counseling and comment on other student's projects.
Prior to taking this course you should take and complete Research Seminar (code 23077-1-V and code 23077-2-V) because that course prepares you to independently plan, implement, and present a research project, which results in an academic Master’s Thesis. Students who follow the earlier study plan can complete this seminar course one last time during the academic year 2018-2019.
A detailed description of the course is provided in Moodle.
You have the knowledge and skills to independently plan, complete and present a research project that results in an academic thesis in your major subject.
• distinguish a scientific work from an investigation
• formulate a suitable research problem and purpose
• create a theoretical framework
• plan and conduct a scientific (empirical) study
• analyze and present empirical data
• draw conclusions from the data
• critically analyze the quality of scientific works
• orally and in writing present your scientific work and argue for your opinions
• discuss and provide constructive feedback on others' work
This course is only for master students at the General Management specialisation / Track: Marketing, Management and Entrepreneurship
Prior to taking this course you need to take and complete Research Seminar (code 23077-1-V and code 23077-2-V)
You need to have completed at least one methods course as required by the specialisation.
160 hours divided into
Scheduled (contact) hours: 28 h, Non-scheduled work: 132 h
Each student is assigned a subject-specific supervisor. Meetings with supervisor, seminar sessions with fellow students, peer-sessions with fellow students.
The course starts in September 2018 and ends in January 2019.
1) Assignments related to the thesis writing.
2) Different thesis manuscript documents.
3) Seminar activity as presenter, opponent and discussant.
Documents are submitted for plagiarism check in turn-it-in. The student can access the check as well.
Master level, second year
Passed assignments are valid only for the current academic year.