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Course module: 300MAN-B-12
300MAN-B-12
BSc Thesis Management
Course info
Course module300MAN-B-12
Credits (ECTS)12
CategoryBA (Bachelor)
Course typeThesis
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg School of Economics and Management; TiSEM: Management; TiSEM: Management;
Is part of
B Business Economics
B International Business Administration
Contact persondr. A.E. Kramer
Lecturer(s)
Coordinator course
dr. A.E. Kramer
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
dr. E. Spiliotopoulou
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
K. Zehra
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2018
Starting block
SM 1/  SM 2
Course mode
Full-time
RemarksThis information is not up to date. Check the Course Catalog 2019 or select the course via “Register”.
Registration openfrom 14/08/2018 09:00 up to and including 31/07/2019
Aims
At the end of this course students should be able to:
  1. formulate a relevant, feasible and motivated problem statement and translate this problem into research questions.
  2. formulate a well-structured conceptual framework based on arguments supported by (sufficient and appropriate) literature.
  3. argue the chosen research method given the problem description and describe the chosen method.
  4. draw conclusions answering the research questions based on data analysis, including (significant and relevant) managerial and academic implications/ recommendations.
Note that:
  • Well-structured, coherent and consistent writing as well as the argumentation is very important.
  • Lay-out and presentation (language errors, correct references, correct use of tables/ figures/ appendices) is also part of the assessment.
  • Contribution to discussion during group meetings, the quality of your feedback to fellow students and the degree of independence in writing your own thesis are also part of the assessment.
Specifics
The Bachelor Thesis Management will have to be written in English and within a strict time schedule. The schedules will be available on blackboard. If your grade is insufficient to pass, you will get the opportunity to improve your thesis in the resit. You can choose to write the thesis in semester 1 or semester 2 of the academic year. Participating in the thesis process is restricted to once per year, and never in two consecutive semesters.
Prerequisites:
The prerequisite for the Bachelor Thesis Management is that you have at least obtained 120 ECTS of the curriculum if you start writing the bachelor thesis in semester 6 and at least 138 ECTS if you start writing the bachelor thesis in semester 7 or later. Next to that you have followed and passed at least two courses related to the research areas of the Department of Management.
Registration:
The registration deadline for students who write the thesis in semester 1 is in August (the exact date and time will be announced via Blackboard as soon as possible). The registration deadline for students who want to write the thesis in semester 2 will be in January (the exact date and time will be announced via Blackboard as soon as possible).
It is not possible to start the bachelor thesis process in two consecutive semesters. Thus, students who enroll in a thesis topic in Management in the Fall semester (semester 1) but fail (grade <5.5) or quit the course are not allowed to redo the bachelor thesis in any of the four specialization (bsc thesis Accountancy, Finance, Marketing or Management) in the Spring semester (semester 2). Similarly, students who enroll for the Bachelor Thesis Management in the Spring (semester 2) are not allowed to restart again in the Fall (semester 1) of the next academic year. You need to wait at least one semester before you can again start with the bachelor thesis at TiSEM.
The registration system opens approximately one month before each start of the thesis process. Registration for the bachelor thesis is mandatory.
Content
Typically, the thesis involves a review and synthesis of existing literature. In addition, the thesis can incorporate a novel empirical component to illustrate, test, or further develop the theory, using research methods like case studies, small and exploratory surveys, experiments or simulation models. These can be based on existing data or new data that are gathered by the student. The thesis should contain between 6,000 and 8,000 words (excluding appendices).
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