FYP

4TU.CybSec Syllabus Final Year Project (FYP)
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Credits: 45 EC in Delft, 30 EC in Twente

Pre-requisites: In principle all courses have to be completed before the student is allowed to start the final year project.

Motivation:  The final year project is an individual course unit that allows the student to experience the prosecution of a large project.

Synopsis: The student and his/her final year project supervisor agree on topic for the final year project. The final year project is normally the last activity of the Masters program. The final year project may be developed and implemented internally (within the university), it may also involve a commissioned assignment from a company or another higher education institution. Some projects are completed abroad.

Aim: The final project is a 'Masters test'. In completing the project, the student demonstrates that he/she merits the Master of Science qualification. While the substance of the assignment focuses on a specified field of study, it is assessed on the basis of a broad range of criteria.

Learning outcomes: The following factors are key in earning a satisfactory result for the graduation assignment:

  • to be able to clearly formulate a problem statement,
  • to be able to identify relevant literature,
  • to be able to draw up a work plan,
  • to be able to adjust problem statement and work schedule in accordance with interim evaluations,
  • to be able to analyse different possible solutions and to motivate a choice between them,
  • to be able to communicate the research and design activities both written and in presentations,
  • to show the ability of reflection on the problem, on the research/design approach, on the solution and on one's own performance
  • to demonstrate creativity and the ability to work independently

Lecturers: All lecturers of the EWI faculty.

Examination: A written report and an oral presentation, examined by a committee chaired by the first supervisor.

Contents: Before work on the final year project starts, the following matters should have been agreed:

  • The program mentor has approved the topic as appropriate for a Cyber Security project.
  • The supervisor has accepted the responsibility for supervision and assessment of the final year project.
  • The student and the supervisor have agreed on a short description of the project. The description includes clear assessment criteria for the student's efforts.
  • The student has complied with all the necessary formalities as indicated below.

Formalities: Students in Delft should comply with the formalities listed here: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/faculties/eemcs-student-portal/education/graduation-policy-msc/

Students in Twente should comply with the formalities listed here:  https://www.utwente.nl/csc/programmeinformation/final%20project/

Credits: 45 EC in Delft, 30 EC in Twente

Pre-requisites: In principle all courses have to be completed before the student is allowed to start the final year project.

Motivation:  The final year project is an individual course unit that allows the student to experience the prosecution of a large project.

Synopsis: The student and his/her final year project supervisor agree on topic for the final year project. The final year project is normally the last activity of the Masters program. The final year project may be developed and implemented internally (within the university), it may also involve a commissioned assignment from a company or another higher education institution. Some projects are completed abroad.

Aim: The final project is a 'Masters test'. In completing the project, the student demonstrates that he/she merits the Master of Science qualification. While the substance of the assignment focuses on a specified field of study, it is assessed on the basis of a broad range of criteria.

Learning outcomes: The following factors are key in earning a satisfactory result for the graduation assignment:

  • to be able to clearly formulate a problem statement,
  • to be able to identify relevant literature,
  • to be able to draw up a work plan,
  • to be able to adjust problem statement and work schedule in accordance with interim evaluations,
  • to be able to analyse different possible solutions and to motivate a choice between them,
  • to be able to communicate the research and design activities both written and in presentations,
  • to show the ability of reflection on the problem, on the research/design approach, on the solution and on one's own performance
  • to demonstrate creativity and the ability to work independently

Lecturers: All lecturers of the EWI faculty.

Examination: A written report and an oral presentation, examined by a committee chaired by the first supervisor.

Contents: Before work on the final year project starts, the following matters should have been agreed:

  • The program mentor has approved the topic as appropriate for a Cyber Security project.
  • The supervisor has accepted the responsibility for supervision and assessment of the final year project.
  • The student and the supervisor have agreed on a short description of the project. The description includes clear assessment criteria for the student's efforts.
  • The student has complied with all the necessary formalities as indicated below.

Formalities: Students in Delft should comply with the formalities listed here: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/faculties/eemcs-student-portal/education/graduation-policy-msc/

Students in Twente should comply with the formalities listed here:  https://www.utwente.nl/csc/programmeinformation/final%20project/

FYP

Credits: 45 EC in Delft, 30 EC in Twente

Pre-requisites: In principle all courses have to be completed before the student is allowed to start the final year project.

Motivation:  The final year project is an individual course unit that allows the student to experience the prosecution of a large project.

Synopsis: The student and his/her final year project supervisor agree on topic for the final year project. The final year project is normally the last activity of the Masters program. The final year project may be developed and implemented internally (within the university), it may also involve a commissioned assignment from a company or another higher education institution. Some projects are completed abroad.

Aim: The final project is a 'Masters test'. In completing the project, the student demonstrates that he/she merits the Master of Science qualification. While the substance of the assignment focuses on a specified field of study, it is assessed on the basis of a broad range of criteria.

Learning outcomes: The following factors are key in earning a satisfactory result for the graduation assignment:

  • to be able to clearly formulate a problem statement,
  • to be able to identify relevant literature,
  • to be able to draw up a work plan,
  • to be able to adjust problem statement and work schedule in accordance with interim evaluations,
  • to be able to analyse different possible solutions and to motivate a choice between them,
  • to be able to communicate the research and design activities both written and in presentations,
  • to show the ability of reflection on the problem, on the research/design approach, on the solution and on one's own performance
  • to demonstrate creativity and the ability to work independently

Lecturers: All lecturers of the EWI faculty.

Examination: A written report and an oral presentation, examined by a committee chaired by the first supervisor.

Contents: Before work on the final year project starts, the following matters should have been agreed:

  • The program mentor has approved the topic as appropriate for a Cyber Security project.
  • The supervisor has accepted the responsibility for supervision and assessment of the final year project.
  • The student and the supervisor have agreed on a short description of the project. The description includes clear assessment criteria for the student's efforts.
  • The student has complied with all the necessary formalities as indicated below.

Formalities: Students in Delft should comply with the formalities listed here: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/faculties/eemcs-student-portal/education/graduation-policy-msc/

Students in Twente should comply with the formalities listed here:  https://www.utwente.nl/csc/programmeinformation/final%20project/

Credits: 45 EC in Delft, 30 EC in Twente

Pre-requisites: In principle all courses have to be completed before the student is allowed to start the final year project.

Motivation:  The final year project is an individual course unit that allows the student to experience the prosecution of a large project.

Synopsis: The student and his/her final year project supervisor agree on topic for the final year project. The final year project is normally the last activity of the Masters program. The final year project may be developed and implemented internally (within the university), it may also involve a commissioned assignment from a company or another higher education institution. Some projects are completed abroad.

Aim: The final project is a 'Masters test'. In completing the project, the student demonstrates that he/she merits the Master of Science qualification. While the substance of the assignment focuses on a specified field of study, it is assessed on the basis of a broad range of criteria.

Learning outcomes: The following factors are key in earning a satisfactory result for the graduation assignment:

  • to be able to clearly formulate a problem statement,
  • to be able to identify relevant literature,
  • to be able to draw up a work plan,
  • to be able to adjust problem statement and work schedule in accordance with interim evaluations,
  • to be able to analyse different possible solutions and to motivate a choice between them,
  • to be able to communicate the research and design activities both written and in presentations,
  • to show the ability of reflection on the problem, on the research/design approach, on the solution and on one's own performance
  • to demonstrate creativity and the ability to work independently

Lecturers: All lecturers of the EWI faculty.

Examination: A written report and an oral presentation, examined by a committee chaired by the first supervisor.

Contents: Before work on the final year project starts, the following matters should have been agreed:

  • The program mentor has approved the topic as appropriate for a Cyber Security project.
  • The supervisor has accepted the responsibility for supervision and assessment of the final year project.
  • The student and the supervisor have agreed on a short description of the project. The description includes clear assessment criteria for the student's efforts.
  • The student has complied with all the necessary formalities as indicated below.

Formalities: Students in Delft should comply with the formalities listed here: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/faculties/eemcs-student-portal/education/graduation-policy-msc/

Students in Twente should comply with the formalities listed here:  https://www.utwente.nl/csc/programmeinformation/final%20project/