A Dissertation Proposal that Will Gain Immediate Approval!
This is what you want. You have discussed with your advisor the research that you want to conduct for your dissertation; you have reviewed the literature and discovered either a gap or the need for additional research to verify work of earlier academics in your field; your advisor believes your project has merit. Now you must prepare the dissertation proposal for committee approval.
Elements of a Proposal
A proposal must contain very specific elements. You must follow the instructions of your advisor, of course, but in the proposal, the following will always be included:
- An introductory statement that succinctly and specifically speaks to the nature and the purpose of your research. You must justify your reasons for this research – how do you expect to contribute to the existing body that already exists in this research field?
- You must provide a brief literature review of the research you have already studied and demonstrate how this research has informed your proposed project. Point directly to any gap you intend to fill or to any related research which is inconclusive and should be verified.
- Provide a brief overview of the methodology you intend to use and justify its appropriateness for your research question. You may also be required to demonstrate that the statistical model you intend to use for analysis is the most appropriate.
- Provide a short conclusion that speaks to the need for your research and what you hope to contribute.
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