BTH 1704 Bachelor Thesis - Logistics Management / Supply Chain Management - RE-SIT EXAMINATION

BTH 1704 Bachelor Thesis - Logistics Management / Supply Chain Management - RE-SIT EXAMINATION

Course code: 
BTH 1704
Accounting and Operations Management
Course coordinator: 
Eirill Bø
Course name in Norwegian: 
Bacheloroppgave - Logistikkledelse / Supply Chain Management - KONTINUASJONSEKSAMEN
Product category: 
2024 Spring
Active status: 
Re-sit exam
Level of study: 
Resit exam semesters: 
2023 Spring
2024 Spring
Resit exam info

A re-sit exam will be offered in spring 2023, and the last time in spring 2024.

Teaching language: 
Course type: 
One semester

In combination with the course BST 1703 Logistics Leadership - Supply Chain Management, 15 credits, this Bachelor Thesis will represent a specialization of 30 credits in the field of Logistics. Students from Bachelor of Marketing, Retail Management or Business Administration will get an inscription on their Diploma specifying their specialization.

The Bachelor thesis is a major independent project in which students will demonstrate that they can enter an issue in the logistics discipline and resolve this in an integrated and effective way. Bachelor thesis is a mandatory part of the programme, and can be written in groups of two or three students. In special cases, a student may be granted to do individual work.

Learning outcomes - Knowledge

After completed Bachelor Thesis students should have:

  • Acquired an understanding of the reality of logistics in business
  • An understanding of the significance of the different roles in the value chain
  • Demonstrated an understanding for the business's position in the value chain
Learning outcomes - Skills

Students will be able to prepare a written report on an actual logistical problem connected to a specific company and they shall be able to present a suggested solution which can be related to the whole theoretical logistic framework.

General Competence
  • Students will be trained so that they can make contact with a firm and establish relevant interest to carry out the bachelor exercise 
  • Students will be trained to interpret and understand a problem from a theoretical background
Course content

The students themselves are responsible for finding a relevant subject in the field of Logistics to write about in their Bachelor thesis.

Teaching and learning activities

Students are expected to take an independent approach to this study. It is therefore expected that students prepare their work as the basis for discussion ahead of the seminars. 

Students are obliged to state their chosen study subject on their registration form, of which they will be assigned a tutor. The course duration is one semester including common lectures, 3 seminars and tutoring. Students are supposed to be prepared for lectures and seminars, so that they can take active part in class by presenting or hand in material. Please see guidelines for writing Bachelor thesis. 

Up to three hours of tutoring is offered each group of students collaborating on the same Bachelor thesis. The seminars are mandatory and students not attending and does not participate according to curriculum must be prepared for oral hearing.

Eviews and other relevant programs will be used for data analysis. Information searches in data bases and on the internet will be central to the exercise.

Software tools

Two years of college education in economics and business administration, marketing or equivalent is required for taking the course. 


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there may be deviations in teaching and learning activities as well as exams, compared with what is described in this course description.


Information about what is taught on campus and other digital forms will be presented with the lecture plan before the start of the course each semester.

Required prerequisite knowledge

The course requires BST 1703 Logistic Leadership - Supply Chain Management or equivalent.

Exam category: 
Form of assessment: 
Written submission
Group/Individual (1 - 3)
1 Semester(s)
Exam code: 
Grading scale: 
Type of Assessment: 
Ordinary examination
Total weight: 
Student workload
16 Hour(s)
Participation in public lectures 2 x 8 hour
2 Hour(s)
Participation in library information
Seminar groups
6 Hour(s)
Participation in seminars, 3 x 2 hours
Prepare for teaching
30 Hour(s)
Preparation for seminars
80 Hour(s)
Work with submissions
Group work / Assignments
263 Hour(s)
Working with Bachelor thesis
Feedback activities and counselling
3 Hour(s)
Guidance for the Bachelor thesis
Sum workload: 

A course of 1 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of 26-30 hours. Therefore a course of 15 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of at least 400 hours.