To finish the Undergraduate program (S1) at BINUS UNIVERSITY, the student must be capable of compiling and presenting the thesis to the examiner.
The thesis compilation must be relevant to the rules of the department. It must be conducted by the individual, guided by a mentoring lecturer that is appointed by the head of the department or study program.
To finish the graduate program in BINUS, student is required to prepare, present and defend his/her thesis in front of the board of examiners, and then publish it in journals at the national and international levels. In accordance with his/her interests, student can choose one of the three patterns thesis offered: (i) Research, (ii) Internship Project, and (iii) Case Study. Thesis research pattern is the result of analysis got from field data obtained through a survey or an experiment, based on the applied scientific principles. While Thesis Internship Project pattern is a designed solution to the strategic problem faced by a company or organization. Thesis Case Study pattern presents a case study with an issue, data, and information related to the activities of a company or organization, as well as deeply review / discuss the case. Thesis is prepared individually with the guidance of a supervisor appointed by the head of department. Each thesis pattern is described in detail in the Guidance of Thesis Writing.
To fulfill the requirements in obtaining a doctoral degree (Dr), Students should finish and submit the dissertation in 4 stages: (i) Dissertation proposal (research proposal) and dissertation proposal exam, (ii) Research Findings and Research Findings Exam, (iii) Dissertation Defense 1, and (iv) Dissertation Defense 2 (Open Dissertation Exam). In order to fulfill the mission of Doctoral of Research in Management Program which is to advance business management knowledge as well as to produce high quality research by integrating science, using the best practices, and leveraging ICT, then the dissertation must consist of either ICT as a research tool, research area, research context, or the combination of all those three.
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