The master Thesis is divided into two phases.
During the first phase, the student orients himself on a topic and, after approval of the subject, writes a research proposal. The proposal will be presented to the master's research team. When the research team has assessed the proposal with a passing grade, the second phase of the master thesis can be started.
The second phase consists of further deepening the relevant theory, conducting the research and describing the research, results and conclusions. During the second phase of the master thesis, a 'process' supervisor will be appointed from the programme. In principle, the student himself takes care of an external expert who guides the student in terms of content.