Thesis

 

With academic advancement across time, thesis writing has become an important and compulsory task in many degree programs (Masters and Ph.D. levels). This is because the student gets an opportunity to work independently on a topic that particularly interests them. Besides, thesis writing develops a student’s research skills that lead to the building of knowledge and the advancement of intellectual skills such as evaluation and analysis.

Prior to writing a Thesis Paper, one is required to develop a proposal, otherwise known as Thesis Proposal. The proposal portrays and explains what the thesis is all about and tries to convince the committee that the student is capable of handling the chosen research question. It introduces and summarizes the research objectives and proposes various methods of investigation that gives a roadmap for the research plan. At ACADEMIC COMPANION, we provide the finest quality thesis proposals that is essential for the much desired academic excellence.

Below is a general sample structure for a Thesis Proposal that a student can use:

  1. Thesis Title – The title should be specific and to the point.
  2. Introduction – At this point, the student explains the importance and the need of choosing the subject area of investigation.
  3. Overall Objectives – Here the student outlines the various objectives of conducting the research in stages.
  4. Literature or background – At this point, the student provides various information about the existing and established theory and or knowledge regarding the chosen area of study.
  5. Scopes and Constraints – The student is expected to expand on the various ideas previously introduced while explaining the scopes of each item.
  6. Methodology – At this point, the student is expected to propose the various methods that he or she intends to implement while collecting data for the research.
  7. Potential Outcomes – The student is expected to suggest the expected results of the research without second guessing the outcomes of the study.
  8. Resources – The student provides a full list of all the resources needed to complete the study at this section of the proposal.
  9. Outline of Chapters – The student is expected to mention the various chapters that he or she intends to encompass in the thesis.
  10. Timetable – A tentative schedule of the task should also be developed in such a way that is in line with the academic year of study.
  11. Bibliography – Here, the student is expected to list all the essential references used.

Below is also a commonly used structure for a thesis format guide.

  1. Title Page
  2. Tables of contents
  3. List of tables (if any)
  4. Introduction
  5. Literature Review
  6. Methodology
  7. Findings
  8. Discussion
  9. Conclusions
  10. Bibliography

 

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