Independent Project in Business Administration
The course has four main parts. The first part focuses on discussion on general questions about scientific work common to all students. The students group views in pairs, and then select and discuss with their supervisor an area of particular interest, where a research question is doubled. Groups of students with similar interest if councils are promoted to smaller seminar groups.
The second part is to carry out the most proficient work on the basis of previous research, evaluation of theory and literature, methodological choices, and developing a method of collecting empiri. In the process of the process, students will be presenting a research subject. In the research report, the student will describe the question, the theoretical reference framework, the methodology and how the empirical material will be collected. Feedback is given through participation in mandatory seminar groups.
The third part is to work through, structuring and analyzing empirical data, as well as compiling a scientific report. To support this process, individual (group) supervision is offered.
The fourth part is done at the end of the course and includes oral and written presentation of own scientific report, as well as opposition and feedback on the work thar other students present and defend.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or the equivalent. 45 credits at second level in Business Administration. Applicants must have written and verbal command of the English language equivalent to English course 6 in Swedish Upper-Secondary School.
Available for exchange students. Limited numbers of seats.
Language of instruction:
Teaching is in English.