Sirpa Tuomi, Hyvinvointi
Karo Saharinen, Teknologia, IT
Riikka Ahlgren, Liiketoiminta
Harri Peuranen, Teknologia
Pasi Lehtola, Teknologia
Tarja Ahopelto, Kielikeskus
Hannariina Honkanen, Teknologia, energia
Jyrki Kataja, Teknologia, biotalous
Mika Rantonen, Teknologia, IT
Jouni Huotari, Teknologia, IT
Sanna Sihvonen, Hyvinvointi
Murat Akpinar, Liiketoiminta
Aila Ahonen, Liiketoiminta
Päivi Korpivaara, Teknologia
Leena Liimatainen, Hallinto
Teemu Makkonen, Kirjasto
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Learning outcomes of the course
Purpose of the course
You will write a working life-oriented thesis included in your master's degree, in which you will demonstrate the demanding level of expertise required for working life development tasks in the field.
Learning and information management skills
Entrepreneurship, innovation and work community skills
Aims of the course:
You will be able to report on the results or output of your thesis, evaluate them and present development suggestions in an appropriate way in writing and verbally. You will follow the principles of good scientific practice at all stages of the thesis process.
Writing a thesis report
Submission of the thesis for pre-assessment
Finalizing thesis report
Submission of the thesis for assessment process
Feedback of the working life representative
Participation in a small group and individual thesis tutoring
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The thesis assessment criteria at levels adequate 1 and satisfactory 2 are described in the thesis assesment criteria form.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
The thesis assessment criteria at levels good 3 and very good 4 are described in the thesis assessment criteria form.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
The thesis assessment criterion at level excellent 5 is described in the thesis assessment criteria form.
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
The approval grade for the reporting plan phase is recorded, when the thesis is approved and the grade is given in the thesis work group