Belépés címtáras azonosítással
magyar nyelvű adatlap
angol nyelvű adatlap
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian:
Last updated: 2012. október 17.
Systems major, M.Sc. program
The subject builds on knowledge of the fields of study at the Faculty of Electrical
Engineering and Informatics (VIK).
In order to
obtain the M.Sc. degree, the student must write a thesis. The thesis must prove
that the candidate is capable of independently solving problems in Business
Information Systems, and the detailed expansion / implementation of model or
system plan must confirm that he/she is proficient in and can apply computer
science methods, has business insight, and is capable of evaluating and
analyzing the chosen solution, as well as drawing conclusions.
topic can be chosen from the topics offered by one of the departments of the
Faculty (the department responsible for the student’s specialization, if
possible), with the approval of the department head. In the second semester,
the thesis work started in the first semester shall be continued.
offered by another faculty, university, or a company (business organization)
can be accepted only if the head of a department competent in the topic
supports it and assigns a departmental advisor. The external advisor must be an
expert with a university diploma or master’s (M.Sc.) degree and must be
approved by the department head. The thesis topic shall be chosen and the
thesis shall be written so that the work of the candidate can be evaluated
without releasing information that violates the interests of the company
(business organization). In exceptional cases, leading companies and business
organizations in research and development can offer classified thesis topics.
The student shall be aware of the classified nature of the topic when it is
can be carried out abroad as well. In this case, the topic and the tasks shall
be confirmed in advance by a department competent in the subject, similarly to
the case of industrial theses. The thesis must meet the Hungarian requirements.
The foreign advisor must write a short report about the candidate’s work and
the thesis, and this report shall be submitted to the final examination
committee. The thesis written abroad needs to be defended at the final
examination, just like theses written in Hungary.
Hungarian, the thesis may be written in any language of instruction at BME (English, French, German, and Russian), depending upon the approval of
the departmental advisor.
It is not
possible to offer joint topics for two or more students in the second semester.
must include the student’s statement that it reports the results of his/her own
work. In case of joint thesis topics, the subtasks that were not solved
individually must be clearly highlighted, considering that it is not possible
to assign joint tasks for the second semester of the thesis work.
work with guidance from the advisor.
a. During the semester: midterm grade
continuously monitors the scheduling, the work progress, and the contribution
of the student. The student must regularly report the work progress to the
departmental advisor, even if the work is carried out outside the department.
submission of the thesis is not a condition for passing the subject. The subject is graded by the faculty member responsible for theses at the department, based
on the recommendation of the departmental advisor.
passes if the preparations for the thesis were carried out during the semester
and presumably the thesis can be submitted without further guidance from the
b. Submission of the thesis
deadline for submitting the thesis is the last day of classes in the semester
in which the student wishes to defend the thesis.
must be approved by the departmental advisor prior to submission. In case of a
thesis topic offered by another faculty, university, or by a company (business
organization), the external advisor makes a recommendation for approval.
Criterion for submission with respect to the contents of the thesis: the thesis
must present the solution for each individual subtask in the task assignment.
In exceptional cases, when the solution of a subtask becomes unfeasible, the
thesis can be submitted by the approval of the head of department and with a
declaration of unfeasibility and its reasons in the subchapter corresponding to
requirements: The thesis must be submitted
1 copy in print, in a single hardcover volume, with appendices (if necessary),
1 electronic copy, according to the corresponding policy of the Faculty.
Two or more
students working on the same thesis topic shall submit their theses in separate
volumes and in separate electronic copies.
text shall span at least 50 pages and 100 000 equivalent characters.
is public unless the thesis topic is declared classified by the dean. In such
cases, the thesis becomes public 3 years after the successful final
examination. The department is responsible for making the theses publicly
available. Information about the writing, submission, and defense of the thesis
is provided to the student by the department when assigning the thesis topic.
If this subject was successfully completed, the final examination committee grades the thesis.
well-justified cases, the thesis can be submitted until the end of the week for
supplementary assessments. In case of a submission later than that, the final examination
is postponed to the next final examination period.
assessment is not available if the student fails to obtain a midterm grade. In
such cases, the student shall register for the subject again in the next
accepted by the final examination committee (graded to fail) must be
re-submitted. The final examination committee can request either the correction
or the rewrite of the thesis. A Master’s thesis can be re-submitted only once.
The dean decides about the conditions and the earliest deadline for
re-submission, based on the opinion of the department.
is carried out under the guidance of either a departmental advisor or an
external advisor. In case of external advisors, a departmental advisor must
also be assigned to the thesis work. Departmental advisors are full-time or
part-time faculty members, research scientists, teachers (master teacher,
teacher of engineering, teacher of technology, teacher of business, practical
instructor), engineers, doctoral candidates, and Ph.D. students; external
advisors must be experts with a university diploma or master’s (M.Sc.) degree
and must be approved by the department head. An external advisor is necessary
only if the topic was not offered by the department or if it is beyond the
expertise of all members of the department.
reviews and appropriately cites the literature needed to address the thesis
topic, with the guidance of the advisor.
Preparing for classes
Preparing for midterm examination
Studying subject readings
Preparing for examination