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UBC Theses and Dissertations

Ask your supervisor to approve the revised thesis and sign the Masters Thesis Approval Form. Note that if major corrections are required, the thesis may need to be sent to all committee members for final approval. Once it is complete, please send a copy of the Thesis Approval form to the program at [email protected] UBC's Graduate Pathways to Success program has a useful guide to "Getting Started with your Thesis or Dissertation". The Thesis Whisperer blog, by Dr. Inger Mewburn at Australian National University. Resources for many areas of the thesis and dissertation writing process. In particular, visit the "On Writing" section of the blog. There are some differences between a master’s and a doctoral thesis: A master’s thesis must demonstrate that the student knows the background and principal works of the research area, and can produce significant scholarly work. The University of British Columbia.

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Getting Started on the Thesis/Dissertation Writing Process

A thesis (master’s) or dissertation (doctoral) is the final product of a student’s time in graduate school. Students should begin planning their thesis/dissertation from the very beginning of their degree program. In general, a thesis/dissertation should reflect the writer’s ability to: Critically analyze the relevant literature. There are some differences between a master’s and a doctoral thesis: A master’s thesis must demonstrate that the student knows the background and principal works of the research area, and can produce significant scholarly work. The University of British Columbia. UBC's Graduate Pathways to Success program has a useful guide to "Getting Started with your Thesis or Dissertation". The Thesis Whisperer blog, by Dr. Inger Mewburn at Australian National University. Resources for many areas of the thesis and dissertation writing process. In particular, visit the "On Writing" section of the blog.

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Dr. Porter receives award for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education Wednesday, 27 January Dr. Susan Porter, Dean and Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies receives the Debra W. Stewart Award for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education, for her passionate advocacy and invaluable contributions to UBC and the international graduate . A thesis (master’s) or dissertation (doctoral) is the final product of a student’s time in graduate school. Students should begin planning their thesis/dissertation from the very beginning of their degree program. In general, a thesis/dissertation should reflect the writer’s ability to: Critically analyze the relevant literature. UBC's Graduate Pathways to Success program has a useful guide to "Getting Started with your Thesis or Dissertation". The Thesis Whisperer blog, by Dr. Inger Mewburn at Australian National University. Resources for many areas of the thesis and dissertation writing process. In particular, visit the "On Writing" section of the blog.

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Ask your supervisor to approve the revised thesis and sign the Masters Thesis Approval Form. Note that if major corrections are required, the thesis may need to be sent to all committee members for final approval. Once it is complete, please send a copy of the Thesis Approval form to the program at [email protected] Current and former UBC students – You do not need to submit UBC transcripts as part of your graduate application, as this data is already available through the student database system. However, be aware that you are still responsible for submitting transcripts from all other post-secondary institutions that you have attended (e.g., exchange year, transfer year, etc.). Dr. Porter receives award for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education Wednesday, 27 January Dr. Susan Porter, Dean and Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies receives the Debra W. Stewart Award for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education, for her passionate advocacy and invaluable contributions to UBC and the international graduate .

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Ask your supervisor to approve the revised thesis and sign the Masters Thesis Approval Form. Note that if major corrections are required, the thesis may need to be sent to all committee members for final approval. Once it is complete, please send a copy of the Thesis Approval form to the program at [email protected] Note on terminology: The term "thesis" in this section of the website is used collectively to refer to both master's theses and doctoral dissertations. Final versions of all UBC theses must be approved by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and must conform to the specifications given here. UBC's Graduate Pathways to Success program has a useful guide to "Getting Started with your Thesis or Dissertation". The Thesis Whisperer blog, by Dr. Inger Mewburn at Australian National University. Resources for many areas of the thesis and dissertation writing process. In particular, visit the "On Writing" section of the blog.