Bachelor Thesis Colloquium (SE)


Course lecturer:

 Eithne Knappitsch

Course numberB4.06360.60.771
Course code
Semester of degree program Semester 6
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits2,0
Language of instruction English

Upon successful completion of the course, students:

  • are familiar with the requirements for completing their bachelor thesis;
  • have been supported in the process of writing their bachelor thesis by evaluating topics such as research aim, structure, approach to academic writing;
  • have presented their research question, aim and argumentation in small groups and discussed these with the class;
  • have presented their bachelor thesis and received feedback.


Monippally, M. & Shankar Pawar, B. (2010). Academic writing: A guide for management students and researchers. New Delhi: Response Books.
Vallis, G. (2010). Reason to write: Applying critical thinking to academic writing.North Carolina: Kona Publishing and Media Group.
Henning, E., Gravet, S., & van Rensburg, W. (2005). Finding your way in Academic writing(2nd ed.). Pretoria: Van Schaik ublishers.
Pecorari, D. (2008). Academic writing and plagiarism: A linguistic analysis.London: Continuum.

Presentation of the research objective and reasoning;
Presentation of bachelor thesis