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Hence, an essay or dissertation written upon specific or definite theme; especially, an essay presented by a candidate for a diploma or degree.
A research paper presented as a major and usually final requirement of a degree program. Thesis is sometimes used interchangeably with "dissertation," referring to Ph.D. research; more often it refers to a project more limited in scope completed as a master's requirement
The thesis is a formal paper written to describe and report on the research program the student has completed. Students selecting the thesis alternative commit themselves to a program of research and are expected to demonstrate a certain claim or perspective in relation to the research evidence and professional literature on the subject.
A long essay written by master's students as part of their degree. The plural of thesis is theses. See How to Find Theses & Dissertations.
Written essay of variable length typically completed at the end of a baccalaureate or masters degree program.
A thesis is a substantial Master's level paper presenting independent research, which makes a contribution to the current body of knowledge in a scholarly field.
a treatise advancing a new point of view resulting from research; usually a requirement for an advanced academic degree
a body of ORIGINAL research, and is one of the
a complete record of the research you have done for a postgraduate degree
a comprehensive theoretical work examining a significant question for research and employing accepted methods of inquiry
a creative, scholarly work developed from independent research
a culmination of independent thinking and research
a demonstration of the student's research competence
a document describing the student's creative contribution to the student's field of interest
a formal and substantial report of a research program and its outcome, investigated under supervision, presented in a prescribed format and examined in accordance with University Regulations
a formal comprehensive, written dissertation describing original research on a chosen subject
a generalization (not just a fact) that tells the reader what the writing is about
a great way for them to see how well a student can do
a major research project which must involve substantial innovative work generally culminating in original results
a manuscript that documents systematic inquiry into a research question
a much longer work formed on the same lines, and represents a substantial piece of original research
an account of original research
an extended project which demonstrates the student's ability to design and carry out original research and analysis
an extensive research essay on an approved computer science topic, original in either its content or mode of integration
an independent research project which the student designs, carries out, writes and defends before a committee of graduate professors
an intensive research effort involving in-depth exploration of a particular topic
an original and independent research project that makes a contribution to knowledge in an area selected by the candidate
an original and independent research project which makes a contribution to knowledge in a special area selected by the student
an original piece of student research
an original work of research in which the final product is equivalent to an article that might be published in a professional journal
a piece of original work, representing either a new interpretation or fresh research using primary source materials, or both
a piece of written work presented in terms of the regulations for a first Masterate degree (excluding the MPhil)
a promise, fulfilled in the essay
a report on research carried out by the student under the supervision of two members of the academic staff involved in the programme
a research based endeavor designed to answer a specific question
a research document presented as one of the final fulfillments for obtaining a master s degree
a research project carried out by the student under the supervision of two faculty members
a research report similar to essays and term papers, but it goes into much more detail
a scientific document that describes the background, methods, results and conclusions of an original research activity
a sentence that expresses the main point of an essay
a significant piece of guided scholarly research
a thorough report of original scientific research
a two-semester, two-credit research project
a valuable way to learn the research process from start to finish
a written document chronicling research conducted by the student in a particular area
The major piece of research that is completed by many Master's degree candidates. A thesis is expected to show a detailed knowledge of one's field and ability to do research and integrate knowledge of the field.
an essay, based on original research, presented by a graduate student as part of the requirements for a master's or doctoral degree.
a long piece of writing usually written for an academic degree
a document prepared as a condition for the award of a degree or diploma. For example, a Masters or Doctorate thesis.
a written report of research or creative activity completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements of a course or degree.
a substantive original piece of written work based on research and used in the assessment of research higher degree courses.
The written research component of a postgraduate program.
Original research often required for a Master's Degree.
This is usually an extensive research project done by graduate students to fulfill the requirements of their Master's degree programs. At UIS Library copies of Master's projects and thesis documents are kept in the Archives department. See SSU/UIS Masters' Projects/Theses for more information.
In an essay, a brief statement that concisely states the writer's subject and opinion on that subject.
A long dissertation based on original research and submitted for a Master's or Doctoral degree.
Publication(s) reporting original research that are a requirement for a Masters degree
A culminating project often required for graduate students as a final master's examination. The project must be supervised and approved by the student's supervisory committee. A minimum of nine credits are required.
A written work containing the results of research on a specific topic prepared by a candidate for a bachelor's or master's degree.
Original research often required for a Masters degree.
Thesis or dissertations are works embodying results of original research on a subject and substantiating a particular point of view. They are written by a candidate as part of the requirements for an Honours Bachelor's Degree, or for a Research Master or PhD Degree.
A thesis is both an essay and the point argued in the essay. Thesis novel s and thesis play s share the quality of containing a thesis that is supported through the action of the story. Example: A thesis could be "Othello is a victim of his own making".
A research paper written by post graduate students. Normally based upon a theory that the student wishes to investigate and will ideally based on an original idea.
in-depth research and writing project that may be required to graduate with honors in an undergraduate program or to complete a graduate degree.
a scholarly research paper which may be required to obtain a master's degree
the point of the essay
A substantial report which contains the result of research undertaken for either a Master's degree or a PhD.
A dissertation embodying results of original research and substantiating a specific view. Usually submitted as a requirement for a specific degree program.
A dissertation advancing an original point of view as a result of research, especially as a requirement for an academic degree. USU dissertations and theses are shelved between the reference collection and the computer section, and may not be borrowed. USU dissertations published from 1998 to the present are available electronically; select the Dissertations and Theses link listed under the Collections section on the LRC homepage.
a written paper elaborating on original research, arguing a specific view. Theses are often written for the completion of an academic degree, usually the Master's degree.
Thesis http://www.thesis.de (www.thesis.de) is an interdisciplinary German network of young scientists, current and former PhD students in or with some relation to Germany. Thesis is a founding member of the European network of PhD students Eurodoc.