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This is the study programme for 2020/2021. It is subject to change.


The bachelor's thesis is an independent work where you will use the knowledge you have acquired during your studies as a basis for a given task. The assignment will be carried out during the 3rd year of the Integrated Teacher Education program in Science. At this point, you will have the necessary knowledge to carry out a relevant thesis for your studies.

Learning outcome

Knowledge
  • Have an overview over current international litterature, scientific writing and ethical norms for a specific topic and can be critical to different sources of information.
  • Demonstrate an in depth insight and comprehension of a specific topic.

Skills
  • Use physics to elucidate and analyse a problem.
  • Have experience of literature search and scientific writing.
  • Be able to present and convey the independent work using the terminology and language of the research area.
  • Be able to describe the assignment in a clear manner and use the language of the field.
  • Can use and analyse relevant tools
  • Be able to discuss, analyse the results and conclusion related to the problem at hand.

General Competence
  • Understand the ethical standards for scientific work
  • Can convey the independent research work
  • Be able to analyse relevant theoretical models or results supported by the research results
  • Be able to reflect and critical assesment of one's own work and
  • Can defend a high ethical behaviour in an academic contex

Contents

Through the work with the bachelor's thesis, the student will get experience with a research project where methods in physics is used. The student will carry out a litterature review, practical work, report writing. The methods will depent upon the specific assignment. Choice of project topic subject to availability of suitable supervisers.

Required prerequisite knowledge

The student must have completed 40 ECTS credits in physics within the educational plan. 

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Bachelor's thesis in physics 1/1 A - FAll written and printed means are allowed. Calculators are allowed.
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 teacher(s)

Course teacher
Diana Lucia Quintero Castro , Alexander Karl Rothkopf , Eva Rauls , Alex Bentley Nielsen , Olena Zavorotynska , Germano Nardini , Ipsita Mandal , Tomas Brauner , Tyson Ritter , Anders Tranberg , Inge Christ
Course coordinator
Anders Tranberg
Head of Department
Bjørn Henrik Auestad

Method of work

Independent work with litterature. Independent guiding in the practical work and report writing.

Open to

Open to all students in the lector program in science with physics as subject 1. 

Literature

Literature is published about 14 days before registration for the course opens


This is the study programme for 2020/2021. It is subject to change.

Sist oppdatert: 24.02.2020