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Public Policy Bachelor Information
Bachelor Studies (Programme Regulations 2011)
5. Semester
Bachelor's Colloquium and Bachelor's Thesis
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
853-0315-00LBA Colloquium Restricted registration - show details
Only for BA Public Policy.
O2 credits2KF. Schimmelfennig, D. Schraff
AbstractThe BA Colloquium prepares students for their BA thesis with regard to content, administration, and methodology. During the colloquium, students choose a topic and a supervisor for their thesis. The skills students have acquired during the course of their studies are also enhanced and optimized.
ObjectiveThe students are being prepared administratively and methodologically to write their BA-thesis after completing the course.
ContentThe BA Colloquium prepares students for their BA thesis with regard to content, administration, and methodology. During the colloquium, each student has to choose a topic for his/her BA-thesis. The students also choose their supervisors, whereas the goal is an even distribution of the supervisors. Finally, the methodological competences which were acquired during the first four semesters will be complemented.
Prerequisites / NoticeIf you have questions, please contact Niklas Masuhr, Link
853-0654-00LBachelor's Thesis Restricted registration - show details O10 credits8DLecturers
AbstractThe Bachleor Thesis completes the Bachelor program and consists of a scientific project carried out independently under the tutorship of an ETH or MILAK lecturer in Public Policy.
ObjectiveThe elaboration of the Bachelor Thesis should further students' capacities to work independently, structured and scientifically.
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