Sports, Culture & Event Management PT
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Bachelor Thesis Seminar I

level of course unit

first cycle, Bachelor

Learning outcomes of course unit

Students develop a basic understanding of working autonomously to research a topic from the field of Sports, Cultural and Events Management using an appropriate research question with the aim of writing a hermeneutic academic Bachelor’s thesis. They can apply the fundamental concepts, theories and the corresponding empirical findings which they have become familiar with throughout the program and can reflect on their own processes. Self-organization and strong time management skills are encouraged.

prerequisites and co-requisites

not applicable

course contents

The Bachelor's Thesis Tutorial I teaches students the basic aspects of structure and composing a hermeneutic Bachelor’s thesis. They have the opportunity to discuss and optimize the structure of their own work through regular discussion with other students. The students receive academic guidance and supervision on this, their first Bachelor’s thesis, through recommendations and examples.

recommended or required reading

Brink, A. (2007). Anfertigung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten im Bachelor-, Master- und Diplomstudium. 3. Auflage. München, Wien: Oldenbourg.
Ebster, C. & Stalzer, L. (2013). Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftler. 4. Auflage. Wien: facultas wuv (UTB).
Kruse, O. (2010). Lesen und Schreiben. Konstanz: UVK (UTB).
Samac, K., Prenner, M. & Schwetz, H. (2009). Die Bachelorarbeit an Universität und Fachhochschule. Wien: facultas wuv (UTB).

assessment methods and criteria


language of instruction


number of ECTS credits allocated


planned learning activities and teaching methods

integrated course, case studies, discussion, group work

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered


name of lecturer(s)

Prof. (FH) Dr. Sibylle Moser

year of study

second year of studies

recommended optional program components

not applicable

course unit code


type of course unit


mode of delivery

in-class course

work placement(s)

not applicable