Programme structure

This Master’s Degree Programme is a two year programme consisting of a total of 120 ECTS credits.

The master's degree consists of:

  • 40 credits of compulsory courses
  • 20 credits elective courses
  • 60 credits master's thesis or 30 credits project term and 30 credits master's thesis

Programme structure - 60 credits Master's thesis

4. semester IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies 
3. semester IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies or elective course  IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies
2. semester IBS4001 – Theoretical, Methodological, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ibsen Studies IBS4205 – New Perspectives in Ibsen Studies IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies or elective course
1. semester IBS4000 – Research Ethics, Information Resources and Advanced Academic Writing for Ibsen Studies IBS4101 – Ibsen's works: History, Text, Performance elective courses
 

10 ECTS credits

10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits

1. year:

Autumn semester:

Compulsory courses:

Elective courses:

Spring semester:

Compulsory courses:

 Students can do 10 credits initial work on the Master's thesis or one of the elective courses:

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2. year:

Autumn semester:

Elective courses for students doing 10 credits initial work on their Master's thesis in the 1. year:

Autumn and spring semester:

Work on the Master´s thesis IBS4390 – Master's Thesis in Ibsen Studies is based on IBS4000 – Research Ethics, Information Resources and Advanced Academic Writing for Ibsen Studies , where the students are to define the problematic issues and produce a preliminary project description for their thesis. In the second semester the students start working on their thesis in connection with the compulsory course IBS4001 – Theoretical, Methodological, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ibsen Studies. The thesis is to be completed in the third and fourth semesters. The length of the master's thesis is between 80-100 pages (à 2300 keystrokes per page). Individual supervision is provided throughout the process. The master's thesis is to be written in English or Norwegian. The amount of work required is the equivalent of 60 credits.

     

     

     

    Programme structure - Project term and 30 credits Master's thesis

    4. semester IBS4395 - Master's thesis in Ibsen Studies (30 credits)
    3. semester Project term (30 credits) NOR4900 – Nordisk prosjektsemester or NOR4950 – Forskningsprosjektsemester for lingvistiske og nordiske studier
    2. semester IBS4001 – Theoretical, Methodological, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ibsen Studies IBS4205 – New Perspectives in Ibsen Studies elective courses
    1. semester IBS4000 – Research Ethics, Information Resources and Advanced Academic Writing for Ibsen Studies IBS4101 – Ibsen's works: History, Text, Performance elective courses
      10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits 10 ECTS credits

    1. year:

    Autumn semester:

    Compulsery courses:

    Elective courses:

     

    Spring semester:

    Compulsery courses:

    Elective courses:

     

    2. year:

    Autumn semester:

    NOR4900 – Nordisk prosjektsemester (30 credits) or NOR4950 – Forskningsprosjektsemester for lingvistiske og nordiske studier

    Spring semester:

    IBS4395 (30 credits)

    Work on the Master´s thesis IBS4395 is based on IBS4000 – Research Ethics, Information Resources and Advanced Academic Writing for Ibsen Studies , where the students are to define the problematic issues and produce a preliminary project description for their thesis. In the second semester the students start working on their thesis in connection with the compulsory course IBS4001 – Theoretical, Methodological, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ibsen Studies The thesis is to be completed in the fourth semester. The length of the master's thesis is between 40- 50 pages (à 2300 keystrokes per page). Individual supervision is provided throughout the process. The master's thesis is to be written in English or Norwegian. The amount of work required is the equivalent of 30 credits.

     

    Diploma and degree

    This programme leads to the following degree: Master of Philosophy in Ibsen Studies
    Published June 6, 2012 10:00 AM - Last modified Oct. 7, 2020 6:10 PM