EEMCS Graduation Policy [MSc]

 

The MSc graduation policy has been made under the authority of the Board of Examiners in order to harmonize the different graduation practices at the 5 EEMCS MSc programmes. This policy documents the definitions, objectives, procedures, starting requirements and the assessment criteria of a Master thesis. It is meant for different users:

  • for the student and supervisor: to get an answer on the what, when and how questions
  • for the members of the graduation committee: to know what criteria are to be used to grade the thesis
  • for the members of Board of Examiners: to monitor thesis grades and procedures, in order to guarantee that final qualifications are met in a reliable and valid way.

On the Blackboard site EEMCS Teachers checklists are published for thesis advisor, graduation committee

and Board of Examiners, as well as questionnaires for thesis advisors to evaluate the supervision.

 

WORKING GROUP 2009-2011:, Sorin Cotofana(Computer Engineering), Hans Geers (Software

Engineering), Erik Jansen (Computer Graphics), Rik Lopuhaa (Statistics), Henk Polinder (Electrical

Sustainable Energy), Jos Weber (Wireless Mobile Communications). Kalinka Grijpink (EEMCS Education

consultant), Julia Caussin (EEMCS Programme coordinator)

 

SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF MSc GRADUATION POLICYThe MSc graduation policy concerns with the preparation and examination of the master thesis and determines a further specification of the articles 12, 26 – 29 of the "Rules and Guidelines (RG)1 laid down by the Board of Examiners of all EEMCS masters" degree programmes. These procedures comply with the Course and Examination Regulations (CER)2 and the Implementation Procedures (IP)3, both issued by the dean of the faculty and approved by the Executive Board of the University, 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name author: Marike Korterink
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