Course: Master Thesis

Course no. :WIM-1000
ECTS credits:30
Lecturer(s):Prof. Dr. rer. nat. M. Berger, Prof. Dr.-Ing. A. Bergerfurth, Prof. E. de Buhr, Prof. C. Gündling, Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Lohner, Prof. Dr. S. Luczak, Prof. Dr.-Ing. B. Meyer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Pargmann, Prof. Dr. rer. pol. H. Prehm, Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Pudig, Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Sachs, Prof. Dr. U. Schleier, Prof. Dr.-Ing. J. Schneider, Prof. M. Siegle, Prof. Dr. M. Szeliga, Prof. A. Wulff, Prof. Dr.-Ing. C. Wunck
Available: winter term summer term
Course type:Master thesis
Exam type:Master thesis
Exam requirements: 
Objectives:The master thesis acts as deepening of application-oriented competence in analysis, wholistic way of thinking and functioning and as acquirement of further expert knowledge in experience and projects. The ability to work under pressure is necessary for execution. In the colloquium the nominee has to demonstrate, that he/she has the ability to present results of scientific methods and to explain and deepen the results in an expert talk.
Course contents:The modul is the conclusion of vocational qualification of studies and is made up of the masters thesis and master colloquium.

The master thesis is being established whilst the 3rd internship with a length of time of five months (full time). The master thesis shall show, that the nominee is able to solve an exercise out of the area of business process management under use of scientific methods, by indepentendly acting.
He/she has to use the conveyed competences, detect scientific problems related to practice and to deal with external scientific requirements. The composition discusses a formidable scientific exercise in a project scope, as possible in co-operation with economy.
The mentoring is mainly adopted by the first examiner. Tasks of the mentoring are:

- making contact to companies, that arrange the project
- placing of excercises, especially mentoring in containment
- mentoring whilst the student is elaborating the masters thesis
- arranging the masters colloquium
- individual valuation
Literature: 
available in modul:Master Thesis in semester 3