Mobile Software Development

Bachelor thesis

Bachelor paper, 9.00 ECTS

 

Course content

Students work independently on predefined topics (sometimes in
cooperation with partner companies) that are based on any of the
fields taught in the bachelor programme. They develop and describe
solutions to given problems by applying scientific approaches.

Learning outcomes

After having successfully completed this module students are able to comprehend problems within their field of expertise and can solve them by applying what they have learned throughout their studies. Within this module students will independently deepen their knowledge in a field of their choice. Students also have in-depth knowledge about scientific methods and know how to apply them when writing papers on advanced research topics and are able to present their work to an audience.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Bücher: Swales, J. M and C. B. Feak (2004). Academic Writing for Graduate Students. The University of Michigan Press, Michigan.
Hirsch, H. L. (2003). Essential Communication Strategies for Scientists, Engineers, and Technology Professionals. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
Lebrun, J.-L. (2007). Scientific Writing: A Reader and Writer's Guide. World Scientific Publishing, London."
Esselborn-Krumbiegel Helga: Von der Idee zum Text. Eine Anleitung zum wissenschaftlichen Schreiben
Wolf Gabler Joachim: Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten und Lerntechniken
Franck Fischer Norbert: Handbuch Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten
Professional Journals: ACM, IEEE

Mode of delivery

Seminar

Prerequisites and co-requisites

All courses (semesters 1-5)

Assessment methods and criteria

Evaluation of Bachelor Thesis