1. The student to become familiar with experimental, laboratory and field geological surveys and studies.
2. The student is able to collect, synthesize, evaluate and interpret primary (raw) data in a specific scientific field and subject
3. The student to be able to search, select, analyze and synthesize bibliographic data in a particular scientific field and subject
4. The student to be able to organize and combine primary (raw) and bibliographical information and to become familiar with the specific way of writing a scientific text.
5. The student to be familiar with the concept of plagiarism and how to avoid it during the reproduction of bibliographic data
6. The student to become familiar with the use and citation of bibliographical references
7. The student to be able to organize his/her data in the form of a presentation for a specific audience
Course Content (Syllabus)
The Bachelor Diploma Thesis I aims at introducing the student to the scientific research and / or the scientific literature, by communicating their results, both in writing and orally, in accordance with the current practice of the international scientific community. The current course's main object is to conduct scientific research in a selected topic and the presentation of its results.