In this course you will write a thesis in the Second Cycle, that is a master’s thesis.

Content and teaching methods

In this course, students individually write a thesis corresponding to 30 credits. This means one semester full time studies. This is accomplished through individual work, individual supervision and seminars. Depending on the question developed for the thesis, this course may involve different types of field studies; in the close vicinity, on other places or internationally. The master’s thesis may be included in a master’s degree.

Course facts

Course coordinator: Danielle Drozdzewski.
Course code: KG9211.
Cycle: Second Cycle.
Main field of study: Urban and Regional Planning.
Language of instruction: English.
Pace percentage: 100%.
Course start: Spring Semester.
Semester period: A–D.
Module sharing: No.
Special eligibility requirements: Bachelor degree and 60 HECs at the Second Cycle in urban and regional planning, including Theoretical Perspectives on Planning, SC, 7.5 HECs, Planning Practices in Cities and Regions, SC, 7.5 HECs, and Advanced Method in Human Geography and Urban and Regional Planning, SC, 15 HECs, and English 6, or equivalent. From the 2016/2017 academic year the course is open only for students accepted to the Master’s Programme in Urban and Regional Planning.
Selection: Higher Education Credits (up to 270).
Application: See the University course and programme database.

Detailed information, including grading criteria, is presented at the course and module introductions and via the collaboration and learning environment Mondo. Course syllabus, required reading and timetable are available below.