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2010/2011  BA-HASOC3YP  Bachelor project

English Title
Bachelor project

Course Information

Language English
Point 15 ECTS (450 SAT)
Type Mandatory
Level Bachelor
Duration One Semester
Course Period Spring
Time Table Please see course schedule at e-Campus
Study Board
Study Board for BSc in Business Administration and Sociology
Course Coordinator
    Liv Egholm Feldt - International Center for Business and Politics
Main Category of the Course
  • Economic and organizational sociology
Last updated on 29 maj 2012
Learning Objectives
The student should demonstrate ability to:

• work in an interdisciplinary manner,
• formulate, delimit and analyse a problem,
• select, apply and discuss theories and methods relevant to the project,
• work with organisational sociology issues and perspectives from a holistic approach, and
structure the layout and present the material in a clearly formulated and accessible form in terms of both language and content.
Bachelor project
Assessment Oral with Written Assignment
Marking Scale 7-step scale
Censorship External examiners
Exam Period May/June
Aids Without preparation
Duration 20 Minutes
• The examination is an individual oral examination of 20 minutes, based on the bachelor project. • The project is to be written in groups of two or three, cf., however, section 6(7), and be of max. 25 standard pages + 15 standard pages per student. It must include an abstract. For more details, see the separate bachelor project guidelines. • The student will be awarded one grade according to the 7-point grading scale, reflecting an overall assessment of the project, the oral presentation and the defence. The student’s proficiency in spelling and fluency in writing will also be taken into account in the assessment. However, most emphasis will be put on the academic content. • The examination is external, and assessment is carried out by an internal examiner and an external examiner appointed by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Make-up examination and re-examination The re-take takes place according to the same rules as the regular examination. However, the following supplementary rules apply: • For projects where some of the group members are awarded the grade 00 or below at the oral examination, the failed students must submit individually, before the re-take, 2-3 pages on aspects of the project, as specified by the internal examiner. • For projects where all members are awarded the grade 00 or below at the oral examination, the overall project is deemed unacceptable. Before the re-take, the project must be revised and improved. For supervision in this respect, the internal examiner will give a brief written critique of the project within eight working days after the regular oral examination.
Prerequisites for Attending the Exam
Course Content

The bachelor project is the final project in the undergraduate programme, and the objective and requirements should be seen as a continuation of the first and second year projects. Naturally, the requirements are more rigorous than they are for the former projects with regard to definition of the research question, methodology and use of theory and data.
Students are encouraged to choose their research question in cooperation with an organisation or corporation, and the research question may draw on problems and issues experienced during their internship, if the student has participated in an internship programme.

Guided by the project’s research question, the project can draw on knowledge from all three years of study. The overall theme of the bachelor project is organisational sociology and must show the student’s ability to integrate knowledge by formulating an interdisciplinary problem and conducting a systematic and valid analysis within the framework of a complex theme, discussed in the light of a holistic approach to processes and practices related to economic sociology.

Student Workload
Classes 15 hours
Preparation for class 45 hours
Project 380 hours
Examination 10 hours