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On this page, you will find all the important information about bachelor, master and project theses at our chair.

If you are interested in writing a thesis at our chair, you should start selecting a topic in time and contact us.

Please send an e-mail to the person responsible for the topic (see below) with

  • your name
  • matriculation number
  • course of study and semester
  • the successfully completed courses of your study program (e.g. Transcript of Records)
  • your desired topic (see below) OR a topic proposal for one at our research areas

In advance, the general requirements for theses must be fulfilled or be fulfilled shortly. Additional requirement to be able to write a project and/or master thesis at our chair is that at least one of our modules has been attended or is currently being attended.

The topic is within the research areas of the chair. You can choose from one of our suggested topics or propose your own topic. 

The following topics are available for selection (responsible for the topic area):

•    Digital Innovation and Business Models
•    Digital Entrepreneurship            
•    Digital User Experience (UX)
•    Design and management of cybersecurity
•    Consequences of Digital Health (Joris van Bohemen)

The topic is further narrowed down in an initial meeting with the supervisor. Based on this, you will prepare a two- to three-page research proposal. This contains the motivation of the topic, a first short literature review, the preliminary research question and the intended study design. The research proposal should facilitate a common understanding of the topic.

After your supervisor has agreed to the research proposal and a second examiner has been found, you can register your thesis in the student portal under exam registration. You will then receive a confirmation of your registration by e-mail.

Please note that after successful registration you have three months to complete a Bachelor's thesis and six months for a Master's thesis.

Below you will find links to the examination regulations of the courses of study that are eligible to write a thesis at our chair.

Please discuss further details about the form and length of the thesis with your supervisor.

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