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Information about master thesis MEX 2022 and contact persons

Master Program in Real Estate and Construction Management

Dear Students,

You need to apply for the Master thesis course that you will take during spring 2022. Below is information about the possible courses to which you can apply as well as additional information on the requirements in order for you to be accepted.

You may apply to one of these courses:

  1. AI252X Master Thesis in Real Estate Development and Land Law
    • Contact person: Peter Ekbäck  
    • For AI252X, you need to have credits from at least four of the following courses: AI2518, AI2519, AI2505, AI2507, AI2508, AI2517 and AI2511. Moreover, you have to have taken AI2150 or an equivalent course that also includes qualitative methods.
  1. AI281x Master Thesis in Architectural Design and Construction Project Management
    • Contact person: Tina Karrbom Gustavsson  
    • For AI281x, you need to have credits from at least four of the following courses: AI2810, AI2808, AI2809, AI2805, AI2127 and AI2807. Moreover, you have to have taken AI2150 or an equivalent course that also includes qualitative methods.
    • For AI281X, you will also need to provide, before 10th January 2022, a two-page thesis proposal that clearly outlines your intended research question, its background as well as intended execution.
  1. AI206X Master Thesis in Building and Real Estate Economics
    • Contact person: Henry Muyingo  
    • For AI206x, you need to have credits from at least four of the following courses: AI2102, AI2106, AI2127, AI2135, AI2144, AI2148, AI2152, AI2154 and AI2155. Moreover, you have to have completed AI2150 or an equivalent course.
    • For AI206X, you will also need to provide, by January 12, 2022, a two-page thesis proposal that clearly outlines your intended research question, its background as well as intended execution.

Here is some additional information for you that explains what is above.

It is to guide you when applying for your MEX course:

  1. The degree project should be a part of a deeper study within the specialization (e.g. Real Estate Development and Land Law, Architectural Design and Construction Project Management or Building and Real Estate Economics) and be on an advanced level in order to fulfil the requirements for a Master of Science in Engineering degree/Master of Science degree.
  2. The degree project should focus on an advanced issue, phenomena or problem within the specialization that is of relevance theoretically and practically and the work can be both analytical and applied and based on scientific theory and method.
  3. The extent of the degree project should correspond to 30.0 credits on advanced level.
  4. The degree project should be carried out individually or in a team of no more than two students. If carried out in a team (which is recommended), it should be possible to distinguish the contribution of each student in order to make sufficient assessment possible.
  5. At least 60 credits within the main field of study MUST be completed before the degree project may be started for second-cycle studies.
  6. A course in scientific methodology (AI2150 or equivalent) MUST be completely reported with a passing grade before the degree project may be started for second-cycle studies.
  7. Teaching and learning activities are literature studies, written and oral work, seminars and supervision. This includes problem elaboration, literature studies, research method, analysis, discussion, conclusion, presentation and opposition. More information including dates etc. will be provided on Canvas for each of the three master thesis courses.
  8. You may not select your supervisor. The contact person will provide you with a supervisor that has knowledge in the area.


 

 

 

 

 

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