Structure for a dissertation Following are the Dissertation Structure and you must follow if you want to pass in your dissertation.
However, this Structure have to be customized as per your needs and university requirements.
After printing the Dissertation on quality papers ensure before the binding that all the pages are in the correct sequence described above or by your Research advisor because once pages get bind these cannot be used again.
Get them into a formal file and read all the papers properly to avoid mistakes and submit it to your Research advisors.
The structure of a dissertation presents a complicated issue.
Basically, it is the list of your objectives, research methods and personal findings.
Title page (including your name, degree scheme, year of study, title of dissertation) A signed statement – that the dissertation is your own work Acknowledgements Abstract – one third problem, one third aims and methodology, one third findings (not more than 300 words) Contents Chapter 1. Reviews the different methodological possibilities and explains what has been done and why. Do the findings corroborate or refute the body of theory?
Introduction Introduces the topic, the subject, the research (aims and methodology) and the dissertation (structure). Literature Review Review of the Literature (on the topic). Identifies what we know and the gaps in the knowledge. Deals with primary and secondary data collection AND methods of analysis.
But writing the Dissertation is not that easy and simple like Essay or letter, this is really something different in every perspective, in terms of objective, format, writing style and much more things are totally change.
Till now you may have done many assignments in the different subjects but Dissertation is something new and change it is not a normal assignment or a final project but it is the whole subject itself and carry the equal or more credit hours than a core subject.