- Master’s degree course in biology and ecology of the marine environment and sustainable use of marine resources
- Thesis assignment and moderation
Student guide for the thesis activities and preparatory activities for the thesis (Internship)
The master’s degree in “BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE USE OF MARINE RESOURCES” is achieved by passing a “final test” where the student will defend his/her master thesis.
The overall thesis preparation and dissertation worth 38 credits. The thesis must be an experimental and original work, written and discussed in English.
Degree thesis in Biology and Ecology of the Marine Environment and Sustainable Use of Marine Resources
To obtain the assignment of a thesis, the students have to present to the Commettee, a request module. The module has to be completed with the tutor professor signature.
Request modules must be delivered to the Commettee from monday to friday, from 10:00 to 16:00 within the 25th day of mounth.
Attention!!! Scan pages of the module completed and signed must be sent to email address: firstname.lastname@example.org,
while the original form must be delivered to room 1F12 of the Department of Biology, 2nd floor, Build 7, MSA.
In any case contact Prof. Rossella Di Giaimo, email@example.com
Students in experimental thesis at the Department of Biology, have to read the manual
A thesis supervisor who has found particular merit for the thesis work carried out by the student, may request the assignment of a moderator, this request is conditional on the graduating student obtaining a Degree cum laude. Students who at the end of their study have a weighted average of one hundred four out of 110, 104/110 can obtain cum laude in the Degree exam. Students that complete their study program in the correct time will receive the bonus points necessary to be awarded cum laude
In particular it is specified that for the request of the co-examiner it is necessary that:
- for out-of-course students, the weighted average in tenths is greater than or equal to 103.51
- for students enrolled in the second year, the weighted average in tenths is either greater than or equal to 103
The Head of the Counter-assignment assignment is currently the prof. Anna DI COSMO.
The list of assigned counter-markers is published on the website of the Department of Biology, in the NEWS section, of the Degree Course in Biology and Ecology of the Marine Environment and Sustainable Use of its Resources.