A candidate who has completed and passed his or her master thesis has acquired the following learning outcomes:
- is able to conduct and to present extensive scientific work
- is able to describe a problem in a clear and concise way, according to the terms and expressions within biochemistry and molecular biology
- has extensive experience in literature search, scientific work and the preparing of scientific reports
- knows the essential publication channels within the field of research
- is able to acquire new methods by its own and can critically evaluate new methods
- is able to critically assess own and others work
- Knows the ethical standard that must be applied in research and scientific reports.
Required prerequisite knowledge
Recommended previous knowledge
|Thesis, presentation and oral examination||1/1||A - F|
The thesis counts 3/4 and presentation with oral examination counts 1/4. The supervisor sets the overall mark. The examination consists of a 30 minutes public presentation by the candidate. The sensor who rates the examination should be present. The presentation is followed by an oral examination about the thesis with sensor and supervisor. The final mark is given after the oral examination.
Regulations relating to studies and examinations at the University of Stavanger, § 2-10 section 4:
A candidate will generally have one attempt at a performing examination or Bachelor's or Master's thesis.
a) Upon application, a second attempt may be granted if a candidate wishes to improve their grade. In such cases, the candidate may not be permitted to revise a previously submitted response, but must write a new response on a new basis
b) Upon application, a candidate who has not passed the bachelor's or master's thesis may be granted a second attempt. In such cases, a reworked version of the bachelor's or master's thesis may be submitted, or a completely new thesis may be submitted. This must then be submitted by the specified deadline and will count as a new exam attempt.
c) The Dean himself shall issue supplementary regulations for the completion and supervision of Bachelor's and Master's theses.
A bachelor´s or a master´s thesis not submitted in time will be graded Fail.
Read more: http://student.uis.no/getfile.php/Intranett%20Studentsider%20og%20ansattsider/Reglar1.pdf
- Course coordinator
- Heinz Peter Ruoff
- Course teacher
- Hanne Røland Hagland, Astrid Elisabeth Mork-Jansson, Ann Kristin Vatland, Oddmund Nordgård, Einar Bakstad, Lutz Andreas Eichacker, Svein Bjelland, Cathrine Lillo
- Head of Department
- Gro Johnsen
Method of work
|Master thesis in Biological Chemistry (MBIMAS_1)||60|
Sist oppdatert: 13.12.2018