Students should rely on their research supervisors and committee members for guidance.
Doctoral students should also take into account the expectations articulated in the University's “Instructions for Preparing the External Examiner's Report”.
In some cases, the ordering of these ingredients may differ from the one shown here. It must contain a thorough review of relevant literature, perhaps in a separate chapter. It should be complete, systematic, and sufficiently detailed to enable a reader to understand how the data were gathered and analyzed, and how to apply similar methods in another study.
Notation and formatting must be consistent throughout the thesis, including units of measure, abbreviations, and the numbering scheme for tables, figures, footnotes, and citations.
Please remember to update the page before final post-defence submission.
Case Study Assignments - Ubc Thesis Citations
The abstract is a concise and accurate summary of the scholarly work described in the document.
"Myself" is a reflexive pronoun and is not a synonym for "me".
Please look this up in order to ensure that your preface is grammatically correct.
Doctoral students: Please include this page in the copy for the External Examiner, with your supervisory committee entered.
If you know which members of the committee will be on the Examining Committee you can include them there; otherwise, they can go under Additional Supervisory Committee Members.