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The thesis is one of your options for a capstone writing requirement in
the MA and MPA programs. Not sure about the difference between an AP and
a thesis? Need more information about APs? If you have already answered
these questions and are ready to begin preparing for your thesis,
please consult the following resource pages.
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The best resource for information about the organization and
formatting of your thesis is the Thesis and Dissertation Manual, which
is produced by the Office of Graduate Studies.
The UD Writing Center is available to assist with the writing process
and provides instruction on topics such as grammar, punctuation,
organization, style, and source documentation. They often get booked up
at the end of the semester, so plan ahead and schedule well in advance.
Important Dates and Deadlines
Selecting a Topic, Advisor, and Committee
Suggested Thesis Timeline
Steps in the Thesis Process
Protection of Human Subjects in Research
Submitting Your Completed Thesis