Writing a Master’s thesis? You’ll need a strategy. A solid strategy includes an online library, textbooks, and a short-list of possible subjects. Most instructors require that a Master’s thesis consist of more than 100 pages, with a strategic approach. Setup a timeline that gives you a few days break to just think without looking at your paper, revisions are always best when you have given them time to rest.
Begin with finding research for your Master’s thesis topic, before you resign yourself to it. Many topics sound great, but in practical consideration doesn’t have enough research available as supportive sources. Examples include a thesis that is too specific, such as designed for a specific organization – IBM, or a subject rarely studied without pay – working knowledge of programs such as survey engines or GIS software. If the information is difficult to come by, you may spend a lot more time then you planned to use just to find the correct number of sources. (more…)