This manual outlines the areas on which thesis manuscript review primarily focuses. Meeting these criteria cannot guarantee approval, but disregarding them strongly predicts that revision will be required.
The word thesis generally refers to the publication of your research at the master level of a graduate school. More often than not the major part of a thesis represents a review of cited literature and original research the smaller portion.
The word dissertation generally refers to the publication of your research at the doctoral level of a graduate school. More often than not the major part of a thesis represents a original research and review of cited literature is the smaller portion.
In this website and its accompanying hard copy the word thesis is used to mean both the master thesis and the doctoral dissertation.
The information for this section was taken from the GPSS Handbook and is accurate at the time of printing. However, the program may change as it evolves, so be sure to check the GPSS website for the most up-to-date accurate information concerning the structure and requirements of the curriculum and program.