master’s thesis or master’s thesis

master’s thesis or master’s thesis

Thesis: The Master’s thesis should reveal that the candidate is able to work in a scholarly manner and is acquainted with major issues and published research on the subject of the thesis. It must make an original contribution to legal scholarship. A good thesis is thoroughly researched, demonstrates rigorous critical thinking and analysis, presents a detailed methodology and accurate results, and includes thorough verification of knowledge claims. The thesis should be between 20,000 and 25,000 words and may not exceed 35,000 words in length (approximately 100-130 pages). It must be of publishable quality and must satisfy a jury of at least two members appointed by the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies in Law and approved by the Office of the Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Research Paper: The research paper is shorter than a thesis and consists of extensive research and a strict methodology. The student must show the ability to work independently in a scholarly manner, just as with a thesis. The paper should offer something original or useful in the field of research it relates to. The finished paper should be between 10,000 and 15,000 words in length (approximately 50-60 pages). The paper will be evaluated on a “Satisfactory/Not-Satisfactory” basis by the research paper supervisor and the second evaluator, suggested by the supervisor.

When copies of a work are made or when the work is made available to the public in whole or in part, the name of the author shall be stated in a manner required by proper usage. A work may not be altered in a manner which is prejudicial to the author’s literary or artistic reputation, or to his individuality; nor may it be made available to the public in such a form or context as to prejudice the author in the manner stated (3 §).
When an author submits a thesis electronically its copyright is not transferred to the university; the author remains the copyright holder.

Correct citation (according to a generally accepted in-text (no footnotes) citation style (APA Style 6th edition recommended), sources must be given in alphabetical order)
please note: the institute reserves the right to lay down the supervision of any thesis exceeding this time frame

In the second academic year students work on a thesis in molecular medicine. The master’s thesis could have a basal or a medical direction. It should have a scientific composition and be founded on applicable theory and literature within the chosen topic.
A primary supervisor is chosen among the scientific staff at NTNU. The wide range of research expertise among faculty members, and close interaction with clinical environments at St. Olav’s Hospital, mean that the standard of thesis projects is very high and there are opportunities to cover a large variety of subjects.

If you are interested in doing your degree project/master’s thesis during your exchange at LTH, you need to contact the department in question yourself to see if there is a relevant degree project/master’s thesis available. LTH cannot guarantee supervision in every department or research division.
You need to follow the application procedures for exchange studies. In your application, you should put the code XXX920.

Источники:

http://libguides.oulu.fi/theses/copyright
http://www.wu.ac.at/ec/student-courses/thesis-projects/masters-thesis
http://www.ntnu.edu/studies/msmolmed/thesis
http://www.lth.se/english/study-at-lth/exchange-studies/degree-project-masters-thesis/
http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/page.cfm?pageid=436&guideid=21

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