Software Design & Cloud Computing

Bachelor Thesis 1

Seminar, 6.00 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 a successful completion of this module students are able to apply scientific research methods in their writings and know how to correctly quote the sources used. Furthermore, they can present the results of their research projects in English.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools


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. Professional


Mode of delivery


Prerequisites and co-requisites


Assessment methods and criteria

According given criteria concerning content, method and formal aspects.