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757A11 Master Thesis, 30 credits

Period:  201704 - 201723
Two face-face weeks on Campus Linköping, then internetbased.

First week on Campus Linköping v. 07, 13-17 februari 2017

Full time course

Contact: 

Course coordinator: Wera Grahn (wera.grahn@liu.se)

Administrator: Elisabeth Samuelsson (elisabeth.samuelsson@liu.se)

 

The course provides:

  • tools for critical and independent definition of a relevant research problem and knowledge for making analysis of it in a scholarly way, based on a project design that very well founded, which includes reflections on choice of theoretical frame work, methodological tools, ethical approaches, empirical material and collection methods;
  • specialized in-depth knowledge of the sub-field within which the master project is defined;
  • knowledge about relevant scholarly arguments can be formulated and how the more overarching role of research affects the society and individual responsibilities for how it is used;
  • knowledge about how to give constructive feedback when acting as an opponent.

Examination:

The Master’s thesis is gradually examined in various steps during the writing process. The final Master’s thesis is examined and evaluated in a face-to-face seminar organized at campus. The seminar includes a peer-review procedure, where students comment and peer review the work of one another.
Detailed information about the examination can be found in the study guide.
 

Feedback to students:

Feedback is given on the learning platform Lisam (lisam.liu.se) and in class.

 

 



To apply: universityadmissions.se

 

 

Student Counselor

Ida Ekström ida.ekstrom@liu.se

Ida Ekström

+4613282767

 

DIRECTOR OF STUDIES

Alma Persson

alma.persson@liu.se

 

Administrator

Elisabeth Samuelsson 

elisabeth.samuelsson@liu.se

+4613282174

 


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Last updated: Fri Apr 21 10:58:13 CEST 2017