How To Write A Project

One might think of how to write a project for approval. The chapter contents for graduate research proposals are the same with the undergraduate research proposals, but normally one would expect a more mature discussion under each chapter by graduate than undergraduate students.

The students research proposals are as follows:

Chapter One

1.0 Introduction.

1.1 Background to the study.

1.2 Statement of the problem (or The           
      Problem Statement), including the research questions.

1.3 General Objectives of the Study.

1.4 Specific Objectives of the Study.
       1.3 and 1.4 could be jointly started as:            The Purpose of the Study.

1.5  Hypotheses of the Study (Optional)

1.6  Significance of the Study (or The                       Justification for the Study)

1.7  Delimitation and Limitations of the                Study

1.8 Conceptual and Theoretical Definition of       Terms.

Chapter Two

2.0 Review of Literature

Chapter Three

3.0 Methodology

3.1 The Study Area

3.2 The Population of the Study

3.4 The Research Design

3.5 Types of Data and Instrument for Data            Collection

3.6 Test of Validity and Reliability of                      Instrument for Data Collection

3.7 Method of Data Collection

3.8 Analysis of Data

3.9 Operationalization of Variables

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