Theses seminary 3
Subject is not scheduled Not scheduled
|306TS3||credit||3||12 lecture hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 66 to 81 hours of self-study||English||summer|
Name of lecturer(s)
Consultation enabling the naming and specification of the aim of the theory paper just as the procedure, by which it is best to reach those goals. The discussions should indicate to the student which questions are standard, which contexts are relevant and which types of arguments may be applied.
Prerequisites and other requirements
Professional literature and a list of movies mentioned and related to theory topics.
Evaluation methods and criteria
-The thesis is an original piece of academic writing and must fulfil all the usual standards of an academic text (bibliography, attribution of sources, etc).
-The text must be submitted in standard manuscript format. It is recommended to use point size 12, line spacing 1.5 or 2.
-The minimum length of the thesis is 40 standard A4 manuscript pages, excluding supplements. For the purposes of calculating the length of the thesis, a standard manuscript page is taken to be 1800 keystrokes long (including spaces). Pages should be numbered.
-Every student must submit three printed hard copies of the thesis, plus one electronic copy on CD. Store the PDF file at Montage department NAS via department archivist together with a final movie. The hard copies must be bound.
Every thesis must contain the following:
-Title page in standard format
-The original Project of your Master's Thesis, as described above, signed and approved by the Head of the programme
-A Declaration that the thesis is your own work, signed and dated by yourself
-A 1-page Abstract summarising the contents of the thesis (CZ and EN)
-A Contents List
-The main text of the thesis itself
-Full bibliography and citations
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Montage_2020 (required subject)