King, S. Guidelines for Referencing. 2013. https://laureauas.sharepoint.com/sites/linkfi/Dokumentit/Guidelines%20for%20referencing.pdf#search=sebastian%20king Thesis guidelines for University of Applied Sciences Master’s degrees. 2019. https://laureauas.sharepoint.com/sites/linken/Documents/YAMK_ONT_%20ohje_28-5-2019k-en.pdf Maturity test. https://laureauas.sharepoint.com/sites/linken/Documents/Maturity%20test%20in%20a%20Master%C2%B4s%20degrees_2016.pdf (not translated)
The aim of the Master’s thesis is to develop the students’ ability to carry out a demanding service development project independently. The aim is to allow students to deepen their ability to apply theories in practice, their analytical skills, their project management and R&D competencies and their social skills. According to the Government Degree (423/2005), the aim of the Master’s thesis is to develop and demonstrate students’ ability to apply research data, to use selected methods for analysing and solving work life problems and to carry out demanding specialist tasks independently.
Thesis guidance takes place in workshops and seminars, which facilitates students’ learning. Workshops and seminars are key methods and settings, in which professional development is realised. High quality thesis process requires active participation and involvement in workshops and seminars, as well as implementation of evidence. During the thesis process, the student demonstrates extensive understanding and implementation of ethical and legal guidelines and regulations. Before publication of the thesis report, the originality of the thesis will be analysed by using the originality check in accordance with the Laurea UAS quality guidelines.
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