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Gastronomy - Master Thesis

  • Number of credits 15 Credits

About the course

The course aims to that the student independently conducts empirical research or development within the field of restaurant and culinary arts with a, for the field, relevant research problem. The student shall collect, process and analyse material as well as frame it in a scientific and societal context. As part of the course, the student will carry out critical reviews of other students’ theses.

The course is divided into four parts.
  1. Planning and Design of a thesis, 3,5 hp
  2. 75 % seminar, 7,5 hp
  3. Examination seminar, 2 hp
  4. Examination of thesis, 2hp

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