Students of the Study Track in Economic and Social History
After completing the practicum, students will have good qualifications for completing their master’s degree studies in economic and political history. They will be familiar with topical discourse in the discipline and able to consider its social significance. They will be able to look for scientific discourse in publication databases and critically evaluate it. Seminar work will have trained them in producing text of different types, and they will have learned about argumentation and performance.
The Master’s Thesis Practicum launches the master’s degree studies in economic and social history. In the group seminar, the focus will be on topical scientific discourse. In addition, students will map out their personal interests in order to start off their master’s thesis process.
On a scale of 0 to 5. All completed studies will be taken into consideration, while self-assessment is promoted.
Theme seminar in groups