Definition: a formal discourse; treatise; disquistion
A Dissertation is always encouraged and accepted at
ITS for Doctoral students. It is important
that you know what we expect the standards of your
Dissertation to reach. The Dissertation is a more
formal work than a thesis.
It must include:
- A religious subject approved by ITS.
- A cover page that includes your name, the program for which the
dissertation is being submitted and the date.
- A well developed outline of your work.
- An honest self-evaluation.
- Where do you feel you were deficient.
- Where do you feel you succeeded.
- A minimum of two thousand words per credit hour (final dissertations
for Doctoral candidates should be in the range of 65,000 to 80,000 words).
- Foot notes and a detailed bibliography must be included.
- A statement on the fly leaf must state:
This Dissertation Is Presented To International Theological Seminary
for (Name of Student) to meet the requirement For the Doctor of (Program)
- All Dissertations must be typed and bound (at book or office store).
- It must include in the preface the number of words for each chapter
or section and then totaled at the bottom of page.
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