Are you a student that works a full time job as well? Do you have a family to take care of when you are not at class? Are there a number of elements to your life that keep you busy even when you are not at class or your clinical experiences? You are not alone. Tons of graduate students suffer from a lack of time to complete all of the daily responsibilities. It is hard enough to fit schoolwork in, let alone the time, energy, and effort that it takes to complete a professional thesis.
What is the Difference Between a Thesis and a Dissertation?
What is the Difference Between a Thesis and a Dissertation? – The Best Master's Degrees
Last Updated: April 23, References. This article was co-authored by Christopher Taylor, PhD. There are 12 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed 33, times. Your thesis is your chance to dive deep into a topic that interests you and contribute something new to your field.
The vice around my heart and stomach has spread to my tongue and hands. How do I write it, and write it well? How do I honor the best and worst, both?
Having chosen a thesis topic is one small step for you, but one giant leap for your thesis. Before starting the actual research, you need to make sure that your topic is well formed. Take a look at this list of questions to find out if your topic is ready to work on. First things first, is your topic clear enough?