The Master's Degree thesis, corresponding to 15 credits, is an original work written in English on a topic related to the course subject areas. The Master's thesis offers the students the opportunities to plan a research activity, critically collect, analyze and interpret data, write a report.
A supervisor and co-supervisor will guide the students through their thesis research.
Writing a thesis is aimed at enhancing students' ability to: clearly identify the research questions they intend to answer; independently and critically carry out a literature review on the selected topic; elaborate a theoretical or empirical research plan consistent with the research questions; analyze and interpret the results obtained; highlight their study's theoretical and applicative contributions and its methodological limitations.
The thesis's results will be presented and defended before a Thesis Examination Committee.
Risultati apprendimento attesi
At the end of the final exam, students will be able to: a)Be autonomous searching for reliable sources and data to analyze and explain a topic related to human resource management.
b)Independently analyze and synthesize scientific literature and relevant data related to a topic.
c)Critically reflect on the theoretical, ethical, methodological, and practical implications of the work carried out.