Religious Roots of Europe Master`s Thesis

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EmnekodeRRE340
Studiepoeng30
UndervisingssemesterVår
Antall semester1
Undervisingsspråk
English
Ressursar
TilhørerInstitutt for arkeologi, historie, kultur- og religionsvitenskap

Kontakt

Kontaktinformasjon

studieveileder@ahkr.uib.no

Mål og innhald

With the master`s thesis, the student completes the Religious Roots of Europe Master`s Programme with a final comprehensive study of one particular subject within the field of the Programme chosen by the student and approved by the responsible supervisor at the University of Bergen.

Undervisningsformer og omfang av organisert undervisning

The student works independently but under supervision. The student and the supervisor will sign a supervision contract.

Obligatorisk undervisningsaktivitet

None

Undervisningssemester

Spring

Studienivå (studiesyklus)

Master

Krav til studierett

Admission to the Master`s Programme The Religious Roots of Europe

Undervisningsstad

Department of Archaeology, History, Culture Studies and Religion (AHKR), Faculty of Humanities, University of Bergen

Læringsutbyte

Through independent work on the subject the student must:

- Acquire a comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter, the relevant scholarly debates and the relevant primary source texts.

- Be able to comprehensively analyse and discuss the subject matter, the scholarly literature and the sources.

- Relate this knowledge, analysis and discussion in the form of an extensive written thesis meeting academic standards.

Krav til forkunnskapar

The student must complete all other modules before she or he can hand in her or his master`s thesis.

Læremiddelomtale

None

Vurderingsformer

The student hands in a master`s thesis written independently by the student. The thesis must be between 60 and 100 pages long. (A page equals 2400 characters.)

Karakterskala

A-F

Emneevaluering

The students will evaluate the course according to the system of quality assurance at the University of Bergen.

Institutt

Department of Archaeology, History, Culture Studies and Religion (AHKR)