- 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.
- Be able to put the specific subject in the context of the field (chemistry) and have an understanding of, and be able to describe the relevant theoretical and empirical knowledge.
- Perform chemical experiments and/or use chemistry based didactical methods to elucidate and analyse a chemistry-related problem.
- Be able to carry out a 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 apply relevant analytical methods and working methods.
- Be able to elucidate the problem, analyze the obtained results and formulate a conclusion related to the chosen assignment.
- Understand the ethical standards for scientific work.
- Can convey an extensive independent research work
- Be able to reflect and critical assesment of one's own work.
- Can defend a high ethical behaviour in an academic contex.
- Can apply relevant software and databases for literature search; to collect, treat and analyze data; and for oral presentation and thesis writing.
Required prerequisite knowledge
At least 60 ECTS credits in chemistry and the subjects listed as mandatory in the integrated teacher's education with chemsitry as subject 1.
We also refer to the rules for the Integrated Teacher Education with Physics as subject 1 and the current requirements of completed credits to start the master's thesis work.
|Master thesis hand in, presentation||1/1||A - F|
- Course teacher
- Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Ilke Pala Ozkok, Krista Michelle Kaster, Steinar Sanni, Magne Olav Sydnes, Malcolm Andrew Kelland, Kåre Bredeli Jørgensen, Torleiv Bilstad
- Course coordinator
- Roald Kommedal
- Head of Department
- Gro Johnsen
Method of work
Sist oppdatert: 16.06.2019