Students are expected to independently identify, evaluate and use literature relevant to the chosen topic of their thesis.
Urban studies: Master’s Thesis - Urban Business and Development
About the course
The purpose of this course is to provide students with knowledge and skills in planning, conducting and presenting an academic study that supports their ability to critically review, evaluate and draw conclusions from research relevant to the research field of Urban Studies and the Master's program Urban Studies: Urban Business and Development – Real Estate and Transport.
In addition, another purpose in the course is for students to also develop and deepen their ability to critically examine and evaluate different types of research work.
Entry requirements and selection
At least 60 credits from the main area Urban Studies at advanced level where the courses US710E and US730E are included.
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This education is provided by
Faculty of Culture and Society
At the Faculty of Culture and Society, research and education concerns many of the major issues of our time – for example those...