PACS 423: Bachelor Thesis
The mandatory bachelor thesis writing is a supervised program in the department which reflects its commitment in developing students’ research skills in the field of Peace and Conflict studies. Under individual supervision of the faculty members (individual supervision is determined by the subject interests of the students and expertise of the faculty members) students learn how to turn a topical research interest into a research problem. Students must submit a research proposal on any topics of their interests to the Chairman of the Department in the beginning of the eight semester. The research topics must be relevant to the core issues of Department of Peace and Conflict Studies and be approved by the departmental Academic Committee. It is a full credit course to be evaluated in a scale of 75 marks for the thesis writing and 25 marks for thesis defence/ viva-voce. Students must submit two copies of their thesis to the Department on or before the final date of Viva-voce.