- The students must pass 100 ECTS credits before they can start working on the bachelor thesis.
- From autumn 2013: Idélab 24 or similar
Expected learning outcomes
The bachelor thesis concludes the study and will combine important parts of the scientific content of the study program. After successful completion the students have acquired:
- new knowledge in a part of the subject area chosen by the students
- an understanding of how to work in systematic ways, having reflective capabilities, and being able to conduct systematic/scientific assessments
- knowledge of the process of planning and conducting an independent piece of work, specifying problem to solve and analysing the identified problems based on theoretical as well as empirical data, and solve the problem in a methodologically acceptable way
- skills in composing a problem statement of general interest within the subject area, under supervision
- skills in searching and identifying relevant scientific literature, under supervision
- skills in studying a delimited problem and developing alternative ways to solve the problem
- skills in documenting and presenting project results in a systematic/scientific way
- appreciation of scientific ethics; being capable of identifying ethical concerns of relevance for the chosen problem
- a consciousness of the impact the project may have on individuals, companies, and society
The students choose a preapproved problem within the subject area.
Form(s) of Assessment
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
For students attendiing Bachelor of Science in Engineering - Computer Science:
- The project report is given a temporary grade.
- Individual oral examination/presentation may adjust the grade up or down to the final grade, according to performance.
- Students must obtain a passing grade on the report to be able to present themselves for the oral examination/presentation.
- Students must pass both parts to pass the course
- For off campus students the oral exam will be arranged through web conference.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
External and internal examiner
After failure, a student may submit a new or a revised thesis once. If the student chooses to submit a revised version of the thesis, this must be submitted in the following semester.
- Problem description
- Project plan
- Written report signed by all project members
- Individual reflection notes
- Project presentation on Internet
- Project poster
- Oral presentation at the end of the project