Course EN2035

English: Bachelor Degree Thesis in Linguistics

15 Credits
First Cycle

Starts week 4, 2020

On completion of the course the student will be able to:
  • demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of one of the areas of English linguistics, including familiarity with current research questions of the area or subject
  • 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 linguistic study with basic scientific value, some connection to current research, a relevant choice of method or theoretical application, as well as a clear argumentative drive, based on thoroughly carried out linguistic analyses within a limited frame of time
  • orally and in writing, present and argue for his or her own results showing a high level of communicative competence
  • analyse and discuss the scholarly work of others by pointing out strengths as well as weaknesses in the form of constructive response.
Starts and ends:
wk4, 2020 - wk23, 2020
Study Rate:
Flexible (Falun)
Time of Day:
Teaching form:
Entry Qualifications:
  • English II 30 credits First cycle level 1 or equivalent knowledge
Application Code:
Main field of study:
Online Education
Compulsory meetings:
0 physical
8 online
Computer Skills:

Surf on the Internet, read and send emails, use a word-processing programme (e.g. Word). Plug in peripherals to your computer, install programmes and adapt installations for your computer.

Computer Capacity:

Access to a computer (Not a mini pc, tablet or similar) that is not older than two years (or equivalent) and broadband connection, at least 2 Mbit/s (not mobile broadband, because mobile broadband can vary considerably in speed).

Means of Education:

Higher rate of web-based communication where our learning platform (Learn) is a natural element of the course, as are web-based meetings using sound and image. Lectures can be broadcast live or can alternatively be made available afterwards online. Use more advanced programmes – for example, simulation programmes.