Courses Bachelor Display 2019-2020

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Course title Bachelor Thesis Marble
Course code EBT0015
ECTS credits 8,0
Assessment None
Period
Period Start End Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
S1 2-9-2019 24-1-2020 C
S2 3-2-2020 26-6-2020 C
Level Intermediate/Advanced
Coordinator Christian Seel
For more information: c.seel@maastrichtuniversity.nl
Language of instruction
Goals
The BSc thesis is an individual assignment and serves as a concluding assignment of your Bachelor study. The aim of the BSc Thesis is to demonstrate your mastery of domain of study in an assignment that integrates your acquired knowledge and skills. The BSc thesis is an essay of 4500-5000 words (excl. appendices) based on scientific articles and your research.
Description
The BSc thesis course provides lectures about different research-related topics. In addition, you have regular meetings with your supervisor to work on your custom-made Bachelor thesis. Finally, you get to present your findings in the symposium/workshop and submit your thesis.
During the semester you have frequently contact with your assigned supervisor.
The topic for the bachelor thesis is custom made and determined together with the supervisor.
At the end of period 2/5 students will participate in the marble symposium.
Literature
Each department has formulated obligatory courses for the marble project, which fall into the regular major/specialization, see marble-sbe.info.
Furthermore, students have to attend the marble research course (EBC2152) as far as this is possible in the program. This course supports you in your thesis writing, developing general research skills and critical thinking.
Prerequisites
Each department has formulated obligatory courses for the marble project, which fall into the regular major/specialization, see marble-sbe.info.
Furthermore, students have to attend the marble research course (ebc2152) as far as this is possible in the program. This course supports you in your thesis writing, developing general research skills and critical thinking.

Teaching methods: meetings with supervisor, presentations

Keywords
Teaching methods PBL / Presentation / Lecture / Assignment
Assessment methods Final Paper
Evaluation in previous academic year For the complete evaluation of this course please click "here"
This course belongs to the following programmes / specialisations
Bachelor Economics and Business Economics - Economics and Management of Information MARBLE
Bachelor Fiscale Economie MARBLE
Bachelor International Business MARBLE
Bachelor Economics and Business Economics - Economics MARBLE
Bachelor Economics and Business Economics - International Business Economics MARBLE