Graduation Theses Project 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
206EDL1 Z 5 8 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 53 to 78 hours of self-study English winter

Subject guarantor

Name of lecturer(s)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The course aim is to help students select a topic, assemble a schedule for completion, advise on how to procede in the bibliography and practical research, how to manage the acquired materials and how to arrange and lay it out. Then in individual and group consultations, the instructors of the given master's specialization assist in achieving the established research aims.

Mode of study

Instruction is through a group class in which individual topics of dissertation research and practice tasks are discussed and student mutually inspire each other with shared questions and issues. Aside from this the classes are based on individual consultations focused on resolving particular issues of individual dissertations.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None.

Course contents

This course covers individual research and practice tasks for the thesis paper and students mutually inspire one another with the sharing of questions and issues. Aside from this the classes are based on individual consultations focused on resolving particular problems of individual papers.

Recommended or required reading

Theatre producing:

Arts management and arts marketing:

+ relevant resorces for assigned topics according to the course instructors recommendations.

Assessment methods and criteria

The requirements for completing the course are on-going consultations on the master's project with a particular instructor, attendance at group classes and submission of a semester papers as on-going reports on the fulfilling of the project.

Reports are 5-7 standard related essays + attachments.

Required content:

  1. Justification of topic choice, measure of personal relationship the selected topic.
  2. Establishment of research tasks (project aim, limitations, justification).
  3. Project plan (stages, methods).
  4. Description and justification of individual project plan steps.
  5. Implemented stages: description and results.
  6. Commented (reviewed) selection of literature, including web links.

A merge of submitted material including addendums into one document in PDF format is preferred.

Grades are given by the project sponsor based on submitted reports or thesis and intensity of consultations and work on research throughout the entire academic year.

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans