Students may use English or Norwegian in their examinations.
After completing the course, the student is expected to:
- Explain the scientific methods, and also find, acquire, assess, refer and use new knowledge.
- Make use of accumulated academic knowledge in order to argue for the choice of method.
- Understand the dynamics of teamwork and ability to contribute constructively within a team.
- Develop a project in response to an order from the client, to operationalize the order, plan the work and deliver results according to the agreed schedule.
- Show a deepened understanding of the project’s field of study and being able to explain the work.
- Present the results of technological work, so it is commonly understandable.
The project is preferably selected within the program’s main specialization areas. Depending on the mentoring capacity, students may choose projects including other areas. The project is preferably carried out in collaboration with the industry. This gives the student practical industrial experience with application of theoretical knowledge, and insight into how the industry works and the needs of the industry.
The project will help develop the students¿ abilities working with scientific methods. The work will include a survey of the knowledge front within the area the students¿ work. And will be accounted for in the project report. The work carried out will be linked to the results of the survey. The course will also provide practical experience with project work and develop independence and cooperation.
- Participating in a minimum of 5 hours compulsory mentoring.
- Research question must be handed in according to schedule (Section coordinator provides schedule).
- Progress schedule must be handed in according to schedule (Section coordinator provides schedule).
Faculty of Engineering and Science