276901 Honours Thesis 1
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Credit points: 15 cp
UndergraduateResult type: Grade and marks
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The honours thesis requires students to produce a 20,000-word thesis based on an original problem of a theoretical or applied nature. The thesis is expected to demonstrate students' competency to conceptualise, conduct and present research in a scholarly and independent manner.
Subject learning objectives (SLOs)
|1.||produce a 20,000 word research thesis based on an original problem of a theoretical or applied nature. The thesis is not expected to advance knowledge but it should demonstrate evidence of the student's competency to conceptualise, conduct and present research in a scholarly and independent manner.|
Contribution to the development of graduate attributes
This subject is the culmination of the Honours program. The award and level of Honours is determined by the quality of the Honours thesis.
Teaching and learning strategies
This subject is taught through individual research and tutorial sessions with the thesis supervisor.
- Research proposal and design
- Review of relevant literature
- Research methodology
- Research design and statistics
- Interpretation of data and discussion of results
Assessment task 1: Thesis (Individual)