13 Ingredients of a Winning Thesis Proposal
1. Introduction (1-2 pages)
If you are required to write an introduction, write it so it captures the reader’s interest in this overview. It does not have to be perfect. You can write this section last. Your best overview of you project most likely will come after you have written the other sections of your proposal. 2. Problem Statement
First formulate a research question. Next restate the question in the form of a statement: note the adverse consequences of the problem. The type of study determines the kinds of question you should formulate, such as Is there something wrong in society, theoretically unclear or in dispute, or historically worth studying? Is there a program, drug, project, or product that needs evaluation? What do you intend to create or produce and how will it be of value to you and soc...