The Economics of Entertainment, Culture and Events - Modultafeln of TU Ilmenau
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|module properties The Economics of Entertainment, Culture and Events in degree program Master Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft/Media and Communication Science 2013|
|department||Department of Economic Sciences and Media|
|ID of group||2541 (Economic Theory)|
|module leader||Prof. Dr. Oliver Budzinski|
|term||summer term only|
|on-campus program (h)||22|
|exam||alternative examination performance|
|details of the certificate|
Each student participant is expected to
- write a paper,
- present the paper at the seminar conference,
- act as an opponent to one of the other papers/presentations,
- actively participate in the seminar conference.
|alternative examination performance due to COVID-19 regulations incl. technical requirements|
|signup details for alternative examinations|
Please register via registration form on https://www.tu-ilmenau.de/wth/lehre/lehre-fuer-masterstudiengaenge/hauptseminar/
|maximum number of participants||15|
|previous knowledge and experience|
Students are able to understand a current research-based topic in the field The Economics of Entertainment, Culture, and Events, find and understand state-of-the-art scientific literature, present high-level interdependencies and discuss them in a reflective way. They know how to:
Students are competent to present their work in a written thesis as well as in an oral presentation, following the rules of high-level scientific work, as well as to discuss and reflect upon other students’ work.
Annually changing hot topics of the economics of entertainment, culture, and events
|media of instruction and technical requirements for education and examination in case of online participation|
Student presentations, opponent comments, class discussion
|literature / references|
Topic-specific introduction literature; literature research part of the course task
|evaluation of teaching|