23170-V Research Seminar in Marketing and Management , 5 sp
The course aims to support the writing of the master's thesis in the major subject. During the course you receive support and individual counseling from your thesis supervisor for producing a thesis. You also get feedback from your co-students when presenting your own master thesis project in your seminar group. The course contains individual counselling and group discussions. During the course you will partly work on your own thesis, partly review and comment your co-student’s thesis projects.
Read more about the master’s thesis on the web.
The course changes name from 1.8.2020 to Research Seminar in Marketing and Management.
You have the skills to independently plan, complete, present and evaluate scientific research projects.
- identify and formulate a suitable research problem and purpose
- identify, assess and present relevant literature/research within the chosen field of research
- argue for the chosen scientific approach, research method and data
- orally and in writing conduct a scientific argumentation
- analyze, discuss and provide constructive feedback on others' research plans and ongoing research projects
Some methods or topics may require ethical review by Hanken’s Ethics Committee.
Only Hanken Master's degree students in the Marketing Track of the Business and Management specialisation
Completed bachelor’s degree and
10 credits in your major subject (advanced level studies)
5 credits method’s courses (advanced level studies)
Seminars and counselling. Mandatory attendance in accordance with the course programme.
134 hours divided into
Scheduled (contact) hours: 15-35 h
Non-scheduled work: 99-119 h
The seminar course is generally to be started in the Autumn semester during the second year of your master’s studies. Students who wish to proceed faster in their studies can start the seminar course in the Spring semester during their first study year.
The course Academic Writing (5160-V, 5 cr) support the thesis writing and is recommended to be taken simultaneously with the seminar course.
If the major subject studies include more than 5 credits method courses, the additional 5 credits can be taken simultaneously with the seminar course. At least 5 credits method courses need to be completed before taking the seminar course.
Work in relation to own project (seminar paper, presentation, process) 40 %
Work in relation to co-student’s projects (opponens, discussion, activity) 60 %
Students who have completed the earlier seminar course as 12 credits cannot take this course.