Myth #7: “I’m too busy to write a thesis or dissertation.”
“Writing a Graduate Thesis or Dissertation provides a needed guide to writing a thesis or dissertation in a highly readable format. The content includes many tacit issues such as considerations for choosing a supervisor, insights into faculty rank and what they may mean for working with a supervisor, different thesis formats, the autonomy involved in writing a thesis vs. writing a class paper, and various potential roadblocks students may encounter. Readers will find this an excellent guide; I plan to incorporate it into my next graduate research course.” -- Dr. Elizabeth Garber, Professor, School of Art, The University of Arizona
GUIDELINES FOR WRITING A THESIS OR DISSERTATION
How to Write a Thesis Paper or Dissertation?
The East Carolina University Manual of Basic Requirements for Theses and Dissertations has been written to provide guidance in approaching the task of writing a thesis or dissertation. This publication is intended to serve several purposes in support of this endeavor:
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The process of developing and writing a thesis or dissertation has been broken down into stages and each stage of the process is discussed separately.