master’s dissertation

master’s dissertation

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The 120 points masters thesis is usually around 35,000-40,000 words including an abstract of about 350 words. It generally follows a BCom (Hons) as part of a 120 point Master of Commerce (MCom).
The 60 points master’s dissertation will be around 20,000 words and expected to follow the Level 9 CUAP guidelines for a master’s dissertation. It is part of a 180 point MCom, which will be available from 2017, subject to CUAP approval.

Master's dissertation
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Use the search field below to find our published Master’s Theses. You can narrow your search by selecting a specialization. The theses are available as PDF documents.

Dissertations submitted prior to 2007 are usually recorded in the AUT Library catalogue where the full text, if available, may be accessed with an AUT password. Other people should request an Interlibrary Loan through their library.
The Masters Dissertations collection contains digital copies of AUT University masters dissertations deposited with the Library since 2007 and made available open access. From 2007 onwards, all dissertations for masters degrees awarded are required to be deposited in Tuwhera Open Theses & Dissertations unless subject to an embargo.

Master's dissertation
This collection contains a selection of recent Masters theses from the Psychology department. Please note that only the Title and Abstract will be available for dissertations from the current academic year. All other content from previous years is available on an Open Access basis.
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The following two examples have been annotated with academic comments. This is to help you understand why they achieved a good 2:1 mark but also, more importantly, how the marks could have been improved.
The module requirements for research projects may have changed since these examples were written. Refer to your module guidelines to make sure that you address all of the current assessment criteria.

Refences:

http://uoa.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10081/~/mcom-difference-between-dissertation-and-thesis
http://www.hhs.se/en/library/sse-publications/masters-theses/
http://openrepository.aut.ac.nz/handle/10292/476
http://era.ed.ac.uk/handle/1842/1747
http://library.leeds.ac.uk/dissertation-examples
http://flowingdata.com/2013/05/08/length-of-the-average-dissertation/