IMT4904 Master Thesis
The Master’s Thesis is an individual project to be carried out in the final semester of the Master programme. The project will demonstrate the student’s ability to perform a research project with the intention of providing new knowledge, as described in the Course description for IMT4904 (related documents /link tbd).
The Master programmes which include the IMT4904 Master thesis are: Information Security (MIS), Media Technology (MMT) / Applied Computer Science (MACS) and User Sentered Media Design / Interaction Design (MID).
Master Theses Agreement: To be able to hand in the thesis this year it is compulsory to sign and hand in the Agreement (signed by student and supervisor) by January 20th.
For students on indivudual/part time education plan who will carry out the project in Autumn semester, the Agreement has to be handed in wihtin June 20th.
Seminars/Workshops: During the master thesis semester, the faculty will invite the students to participate in 2 seminars/work-shops. The seminars are not mandatory, but strongly recommended. Seminar topics: Literature and project planning, handling research results, statistics etc. Course in making a good presentation, report details, handing in routines etc.
The seminars are usually in the first week of January, March/April (or September/part time students). The students registered will find the seminar agenda in Fronter.
Thesis abstracts: The preliminar abstracts will be published in the beginning of the master thesis semester, "Thesis 2013" (link tbd).
Oral presentation: Students will present their final master projects in June or December. The oral presentations are public, and annoncement will be made in HIG/GUC calendar.
Other information: When students fullfill semesterregistration (IMT4904) they will get access to Fronter for more details, hand-in information and deadlines. Questions? Please ask the Facultys coordinator for the master thesis semester Hilde Bakke ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
For information about the writing of master theses, please read HiG´s general guidelines for bachelor/master theses .
The Facultys (IMTs) guidelines and templates for the Master's Thesis (IMT4904)
In addition to the HIG/GUC general guidelines, the faculty/IMT has prepared complementary guidelines and advices
Pre-defined templates for use in LaTeX can be downloaded from the link below. The template will be updated frequently on the basis of input from users.
- HiG-logo (can replace the eps-logo in the template)
- Template frontpage report - information security (InDesign)
- Template frontpage report - applied computer science (InDesign)