|Language of instruction
Second year of MSc studies
The student is able to set goals for a given task. He can structure the topic coherently, with emphasis on the key issues. Depending on the nature of the work, the student is able to present the existing results or technological implementations so that the methods used in the work are justified in relation to the state of the art in the field of engineering or science in question. He is able to apply the knowledge and state of the art methods of the subject area in his work. He can present clearly his plan and solution implemented, justify the choices made, and assess the functionality of the solution with relevant testing and evaluation methods. In addition, he is able to compare the results against goals and to consider their general significance to modern engineering or science, and assess the broader significance of the results to the company, organization or project. The student is able to produce smooth, clear and finalized text based on technical and scientific writing practices of the field.
The thesis work is carried out independently. The student defines the content of the thesis under the guidance of the supervisor. The degree program committee approves the thesis topic and content.
The thesis is recorded in accordance with the orientation using the following codes:
- 521981S Master's Thesis in Information Processing Engineering, 30 ECTS cr
- 522985S Master's Thesis in Applied Computing, 30 ECTS cr
- 521984S Master's Thesis in Embedded Systems, 30 ECTS cr
- 522988S Master's Thesis / Master's Degree Programme in Computer Science and Engineering (CSVP ja Ubi), 30 ECTS cr
- 522987S Master's Thesis in Biomedical Engineering, 30 ECTS cr
|Mode of delivery
Face-to-face meetings with the supervisor and independent studying.
|Learning activities and teaching methods
Independent work under the guidance of the supervisor.
Second year MSc students.
|Prerequisites and co-requisites
Compulsory advanced studies preceding the thesis (90 ECTS cr).
|Recommended optional programme components
|Recommended or required reading
|Assessment methods and criteria
The thesis is assessed by two reviewers (supervisor and second reviewer) and approved by the degree program committee. Assessment Criteria at the University of Oulu can be found here.
1-5 (1=sufficient, 2=satisfactory, 3=good, 4=very good, 5=excellent)
Supervising professor or researcher
|Working life cooperation
Detailed instructions: target=_blank>http://www.oulu.fi/cse/studying/masters-thesis