SOS9001 - Thesis seminar: Introduction
Schedule, syllabus and examination date
First part of a four-part thesis seminar. Held during the first semester of the Ph.D-programme.
Doctoral research fellows submit project outlines before the course starts and present their projects to other doctoral research fellows and heads of research/PhD coordinators at the department. The choice of genre for the thesis – monograph or article-based – will be covered.
Ph.D. candidates at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography must register via StudentWeb. The registration deadline is four weeks before the course starts in each semester.
Formal prerequisite knowledge
Participants must be enrolled on the Ph.D. programme in sociology.
1 credits overlap with SGO9001 - Thesis seminar: Introduction
Teaching takes place over one day during the semester. The following points will be covered:
1. Study plan for the Ph.D.-programme.
2 Genre: articles or monograph.
3. Various details and questions from the doctoral research fellows.
4. Introduction of the projects and discussion.
In order to pass the seminar, doctoral research fellows must submit a project outline 10 days before the seminar, and present this to the other participants.
Attendance combined with the oral and written presentations will form the basis for determining whether the doctoral research fellow has passed the seminar. This applies to all parts of the thesis seminar.
Grades are awarded on a pass/fail scale. Read more about the grading system.