Second year MSc students are required to select a thesis topic, prepare a proposal, and have it accepted by their supervisor.
Students normally select a topic addressing a contemporary business issue within their chosen area of specialization.
The School of Graduate Studies has prepared Thesis Preparation Guide for Graduate Students to help students in the process of writing their thesis.
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Students must have the formatting of their MA Research-Creation Project approved by their immediate supervisor prior to submitting their final version through Spectrum.
Students are required to discuss prospective dates for the submission and the defence of their MA Research-Creation Project with all members of their supervisory committee well in advance of any deadlines.
The Abstract must be page iii (roman numerals); and the text of the thesis must begin with page 1 (Arabic numerals).
The MSc thesis typically entails a major empirical research project (21 credits), conducted under the direction of a thesis supervisor.
The final deposit will include the written component and the creative production, or documentation of the creative production.
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