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STA-3900 Master's Thesis in Statistics - 60 stp


The course is administrated by

Faculty of Science and Technology

Type of course

Master's thesis for students enrolled in the Master's degree program in statistics.

Course contents

Thesis for master students in statistics. The professional content will depend on the profile of the chosen thesis. Contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

Objective of the course

Knowledge - The candidate:

Skills - The candidate:

  General competences - The candidate:


Language of instruction

The Master's thesis is written either in English or a Scandinavian language.

Teaching methods

Individual studies and supervision.

Assessment

The exam is comprised of a submission of the master's thesis within a given deadline, a public presentation of the scientific work and an oral exam. The master's thesis and all courses included in the master's degree must be passed before the oral presentation and examination can take place. The deadline for submission is normally 15 May in the spring semester and 15 November in the autumn semester.

Grading scale: Letter grades A-F.

Re-submission of the thesis: Only if a master's thesis project is graded "F" (fail), may the thesis be resubmitted in revised form. A new deadline for submission will be given. The deadline for resubmitting the thesis is 3 months from the point in time when the candidate was informed about the exam result. If the thesis receives a grade of "F" a second time, the student can apply to the Programme Board for a new master's thesis project.

Postponed submission: If a medical certificate is provided, the student may be given a postponed deadline for submitting the Master's thesis according to regulations in section 21 of Regulations for examinations at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. In the case where the Master's thesis cannot be handed in by the given deadline, the student can apply for a postponement of up to 6 weeks if there are compelling grounds for the delay. The postponement of up to 6 weeks counts for both part-time and full-time students.

Non-submission of thesis: If a Master's thesis is not submitted within the given deadline and application for postponement has not been granted, the thesis will be reported as not being submitted ("Ikke møtt") at the examination. Also, if the candidate submits a blank answer paper, or a paper which clearly does not constitute an academic attempt, she/he is also regarded as having withdrawn from the examination ("Ikke møtt"). The student can then apply to the Programme Board for a new Master's thesis project.

For further details see:
- Utfyllende bestemmelser for toårig mastergrad (120 studiepoeng) ved Fakultet for naturvitenskap og teknologi (only in Norwegian)
- Regulations for examinations at the University of Tromsø