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These guidelines will help you plan and write your thesis. However, they
are no substitute for advice from your thesis advisor or committee.
Remember to consult with your advisor early and often when thinking
about and writing your thesis. In fact, to ensure regular meetings with
your advisor and that youll stay on course, it may be helpful to
schedule a semesters worth of meetings at the beginning of the
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The thesis is a capstone writing requirement designed to give
students an opportunity to analyze in some depth a particular situation,
problem, issue, policy, or organization. A thesis must contain original
It is expected that the thesis will be a "cap" for the graduate
program learning experience and serve as a tool for integrating material
from a variety of sources, including previous coursework, research
assistantship projects, internship experiences, as well as research done
specifically for the thesis.
Students generally register for the a total of six credits associated
with their thesis. For full-time students, register for a three-credit
thesis course (UAPP 869; Section associated with thesis advisor)in your
third semester and again in your last semester of the program. The
thesis advisor determines the students grade for the course.
There are strict formatting guidelines that thesis writers must follow. Find the thesis manual at http://www.udel.edu/gradoffice/forms/thesismanual.pdf.
From the very beginning of your thesis writing (at the proposal
stage) it is highly advisable to use the thesis layout macros necessary
for submitting your thesis. This will save you time later when you dont
have to re-format them to meet the specifications. See the Thesis Manual for information about these macros.
Before constructing any illustrations, tables, figures, or the like, consult the Thesis Manual for particulars about these.
It is suggested that your paper be approximately 75 pages in length, double spaced, not including illustrations.
The thesis normally consists of five chapters.
If you do not complete the entire thesis process prior to the end of
your last regularly enrolled semester, you will not receive your degree
that semester. The University of Delaware requires you to pay a
sustaining fee for every semester until you actually complete the thesis
and graduate. The fee is $370 but periodically increases, so check Billing and Collections web site for the latest figure. This fee is not covered by tuition waivers and is not paid by the School.