The and , with all original signatures, should be brought to the Graduate College in Tomlinson 113 by the date indicated on the Thesis Timeline.
The Timeline represents the sequence of events that students will encounter in completing their program. In addition, the Timeline is divided into divisions related to the research methods used in completing theses. While most theses and dissertations employ empirical methods (both quantitative and qualitative) based upon positivistic thought, others use interpretive methods derived from phenomenological and hermeneutic approaches. Guides to reference materials for these types of methods and methodologies are provided.
MA Thesis Timeline - Wichita State University
The Thesis Timeline was developed to: (1) orient students to the challenges and requirements involved in completing a Master’s program that requires the production of original knowledge, theses, (2) provide students with knowledge of the common programmatic steps required by the rules and procedures of the university, (3) provide access to all forms necessary to record completion of program requirements, (4) provide access to informative materials that will facilitate the development of skills needed for successful completion of their program.
The Graduate College Reader will return the thesis for corrections through email. The thesis student will then need to make the desired corrections and return it to the Reader via email. This procedure will be repeated until the document is error-free. The deadline for submission of the final draft may be found on the Thesis Timeline. The timeline for your thesis is one of the most important sections you need. It would be so easy to get lost in research, going off at a tangent and finding the most wonderful information. Perhaps you are just managing to get to grips with chapter three and you spend so long polishing the beautiful words that you end up having to rush the rest of your work.