academic dissertation

academic dissertation

A formal written discourse presented before a panel of knowledgeable teachers and superiors to fulfill requirements for academic degrees, usually a PhD.
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Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al-Khalifa commended the efforts of the researcher to conduct his academic dissertation which yielded important recommendations to develop Bahraini media and keep abreast of the fast-changing trends and information technology.
AS part of its international MBA programme, Durham Business School offers its full-time MBA students the opportunity to opt out of the traditional academic dissertation and, instead, work in partnership with companies on a real business issue via an MBA business project.
But such an analysis is the province of the academic dissertation.
He's already the subject of hundreds of newspaper headlines, but Gavin Henson is to become the subject of something very different - an academic dissertation.
But cut the indulgent 25 minute academic dissertation which almost defused one's expectations.
It is not, and does not attempt to be, an academic dissertation on the subject.
The academic dissertation focused also on divergent opinions regarding events in Bahrain and the approach of the British media.
In addition, in the last two papacies, papal statements tended to read like academic dissertations.
Proquest database contains the full texts of publications of different publishers, in particular magazines, academic dissertations, reports and newspapers.
The top school, measured purely by number of academic dissertations produced, is listed as 1, the second as 2, and so on.
1527 LAVALLE Prohibits the sale of academic dissertations, theses and term papers whether written or provided through electronic media.
Among academic dissertations and theses on the composer are Leon Everette Thompson's "A Historical and Stylistic Analysis of the Music of William Grant Still and a Thematic Catalog of His Works" (D.
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