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Archived Curricula Guide 2011–2012
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TRMUS1 MA Thesis Seminar 5 ECTS
Organised by
Translation Studies
Course is available for:
  • Major subject students
  • Minor subject students

Learning outcomes

To familiarise students with the basics of producing scientific text and the facilities to apply one of the central research methods in their own field to resolve a clearly outlined research problem in their M.A. thesis. To help students to justify their viewpoints in ways that are scientifically adequate.


Practicing the afore-mentioned skills in seminar sessions.

Modes of study

Evaluation and evaluation criteria

Accepted performance based on participation in the seminar.

Further information

English Translation students can complete their thesis studies in their major degree studies, or alternatively in the Technical Communications Programme. Students completing their thesis studies in Technical Communications will take the MA Thesis Seminar TRENST13 in the Technical Communications Programme and write their pro gradu thesis in their major subject about a topic concerning a field in technical communication. If a pro gradu thesis is written on a topic concerning technical communication, the responsibility for guidance falls to the hands of the lecturer of the Technical Communications Programme and a professor in Translation Studies (English). More information can be found in the curricula of the major subjects. The specialisation programme is a part of the freely selected studies of the Master's degree.

Belongs to following study modules

School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies
School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies
Archived Teaching Schedule. Please refer to current Teaching Shedule.
School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies