- has advanced general knowledge of archaeology and history, Old Norse and Irish philology, and in-depth knowledge of the candidate’s particular area of study, e.g.
- Old Norse philology
- or Irish philology
- or archaeology or/and history combined with Old Norse philology
- or history or/and archaeology combined with Irish philology
- or Old Norse philology combined with Irish philology
- or Old Norse philology and Irish philology combined with archaeology or/and history
- or history combined with archaeology
- demonstrates an advanced general understanding of the relationship between the various disciplines the candidate has focused on
- demonstrates an advanced understanding of research methodology and research design appropriate to the nature of the candidate’s studies
- is familiar with the methodologies of the disciplines in question and is able to apply the methodology of the candidate’s main discipline(s).
- can identify and apply relevant theoretical framework of the discipline(s) the candidate has focused on.
- can carry out, under supervision, an independent research project on a topic of Viking or Medieval Studies in accordance with applicable norms for research ethics.
- can conduct argumentative, source-critical and problem-oriented research on the candidate’s particular area of study.
- is acquainted with various theoretical and methodological research approaches and knows how to apply the acquired theoretical knowledge to the candidate’s area of study.
- has acquired an extensive ability to write good scholarly prose and to structure various forms of written academic texts in humanities.
- can communicate academic issues, in English, to both specialists and the general public.
- understands the careers, professions, and/or future academic opportunities available to him/her upon completion of the candidate’s studies.
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