On completion of the course the student shall be able to:
demonstrate in-depth knowledge within one of the areas that exists in African Studies including advanced knowledge of relevant methodology and theory, as well as insights into current research of the chosen area
show the ability and skills needed to develop a research question and then independently search for, collect, evaluate and critically interpret and analyze relevant information
conduct an independent scientific study, characterized by a connection to relevant and current research; by a competent application of method and theory; and by a strong argumentative drive based on thoroughly carried out analyses within a set timeframe
present and argue for, both orally and in writing, his or her own results as well as the knowledge and argumentation which form the basis for the conclusions, while showing a high level of communicative competence
analyze and discuss the scholarly work of others by pointing out strengths as well as weaknesses in the form of constructive response.
Starts and ends:
wk13, 2021 - wk22, 2021
Time of Day:
C: Course only offered as part of course package.
African Studies: Education and Change in African Societies, 8 credits, African Studies: The Dynamics of African Societies, 12 credits, African Studies: Religion and Politics in African Societies, 9 credits, African Studies: Developing the Research Proposal, 1 credit and African Studies: Elaborated Research Plan, 1 credit at Second cycle level 1, or equivalent knowledge