The title page (figure 1) includes the author(s) and the title of the work, as well as other required information. Title pages can be used for assignments and projects if necessary; however, theses must always have a title page. Follow the instructions for title pages in the thesis template.
Figure 1. Title page.
The titles of assignments and theses should be as short and concise as possible, but descriptive enough to indicate the content of the text. The title may be supplemented with a subtitle.
You can check your diploma (to be noted on the cover sheet and on the summary page) on table 1 and table 2.
Bachelor of Engineering, Agri-food Engineering
|Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering||Machine Automation
|Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business|
|Bachelor of Health Care, Nursing|
|Master of Business Administration, International Business Management|
If the thesis is done as a collaboration by authors from different degree programs, the authors are named on the title page, arranged alphabetically by their surnames. Authors’ degree programs are named one below the other on the space reserved for them, in the alphabetical order the authors are named.
In theses created as a collaboration from authors from separate universities of applied sciences, SeAMK student author’s name is named first, and the other university’s author is named second. Degree programs are named one after the other, SeAMK student author’s degree program is named first. The name of the university of applied sciences is named after the name of the degree program. If there are multiple authors, SeAMK students are named first in the alphabetical order of their surnames. Named after them are the other collaborators in an alphabetical order.