Course RK2037

Human Rights: Bachelor Degree Thesis

15 Credits
First Cycle

Main field of study: History, Political Science, Religious Studies, Sociology

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Learning outcomes for the course

Upon completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
  • independently identify a researchable problem within the field of human rights
  • independently plan and within a given time-frame conduct a defined academic investigation and present it as an academic thesis
  • use established academic methods to investigate a problem within the field of human rights
  • critically and independently analyze theories of human rights and/or their practical relevance and consequences
  • communicate, in writing, advanced knowledge about a specific theme of the field of human rights
  • formulate a constructive, systematic assessment of texts, and relate perceptively to and work with their own texts in accordance with such an assessment
  • demonstrate an awareness of potential ethical problems related to research, and an ability to prevent these.