how to write a dissertation proposal

how to write a dissertation proposal

How to write a dissertation proposal
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Each UNT department has slightly different proposal requirements, so be sure to check with your advisor or the department’s graduate advisor before you start!
The proposal, sometimes called the prospectus, is composed mainly of the Introduction, Research Questions, Literature Review, Research Significance and Methodology. It may also include a dissertation/thesis outline and a timeline for your proposed research. You will be able to reuse the proposal when you actually write the entire dissertation or thesis.

(from University of Minnesota’s Dissertation Calculator)
Step 3: Return to your Research Questions (Stage 2)

References:

http://guides.library.unt.edu/proposal
http://guides.ucf.edu/c.php?g=78838&p=518747
http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Dissertation-Abstract

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