Dyploma seminar II WB-BI-53-08
1. Discussion of topics of master's theses (PM) selected by students; discussion
2., 3., 4. Presentation of the progress of individual PMs. - student presentations
5. General principles of writing PM, discussion of students
6. Citations in the text and bibliography at the end of the work, discussion
7. Discussion of sources of obtaining literature information and their substantive assessment; discussion
8. Introduction, purpose and research hypotheses of the PM, discussion
9. Material and methods; analysis of own results,
10. Discussion of results, conclusions.
11. Preparation of tables (work basis) and figures (table interpretation); discussion
12, 13, 14. Statistical methods used in individual PMs; discussion
12. Summary of each master's thesis, student presentations
(in Polish) E-Learning
(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych
Learning outcome code/codes
Type of subject
BI1_WO1 - Student understands phenomena and processes in human biology.
BI1_WO4 - Student knows the main problems in different disciplines of human biology and knows their relations with other ones in natural sciences.
BI1_W05 – Student possesses knowledge about basic terminology in human biology, knows current trends methodological applications in human biology.
BI1_U02 – Student understands literature in Polish in human biology; reads and understands uncomplicated scientific texts in English
BI1_U03 – Student is able to use existing sources of information, including electronic ones.
BI1_U10 - Student is able to prepare presentation and present it orally, concerning detailed problems in human biology.
BI1_U11 – Student is able to learn under supervision.
BI1_K04 – Student correctly identifies and makes relevant decisions in relation to his/her profession
BI1_K07 – Student shows a necessity of permanent actualization of his/her specific knowledge
ECTS [1 ECTS=30 hours]
Final grades based on the presence and participation in the seminar and own research
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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