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Dissertation

Dissertation 400 Hours Advanced Certificate

Course Code:
BHT330
Level:
8
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Dissertation course online. Self paced Home Study - Distance Learning course. Learn to write and present a good dissertation. The purpose of the dissertation is to show that you are capable of writing (AND PRESENTING) in an academic manner, conduct research into the relevant academic literature and write about the research in a clear and precise way.

To complete your dissertation, you have to show your marker that you can:

  • Set a relevant title for your research.
  • Decide on aims for your research.
  • Carry out a background research relevant to your dissertation.
  • Summarise and clearly explain the research.
  • Discuss relevant points.
  • Argue relevant points related to your dissertation title.
  • Follow the correct format for the dissertation.
  • Write within the appropriate word limits.
  • Use academic language.
  • Write references.

Remember that this is an academic piece of writing. You may choose to study something practical eg. The Development of a Cottage Garden. That is a suitable title, but you must write academically about what is a cottage garden, the plants that are suitable, soil composition, garden designs and so on.
 

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Lessons

Lesson Structure: Advanced Certificate Dissertation Preparation - BHT330

There are 8 lessons in this course:

1  Developing a Research Proposal

  • Introduction
  • Dissertation Proposal
  • Defining Your Research Topic
  • Writing a Research Proposal
  • Timetable
  • Academic Writing
  • A Word on Plagarism
  • Ethical Research
  • Human Research
  • Non Human Research
  • Human Research Ethics Committee
  • Category of Research - Human
  • ADL Human Research Ethics Committee
  • Initial Application for Approval to Undertake Teaching or Research Involving Human Subjects

2  Background Research

  • Organisation of Work
  • Organisation of References
  • Collecting Information
  • Finding Literature
  • Organising Research Material

3  Literature Review

  • What is a Literature Review
  • Research Objectives
  • What Makes a Good Literature Review
  • Finding Literature
  • Critical Reading
  • Literature Review Structure
  • Writing

4  Research Methodology

  • Introduction
  • Data Collection
  • Research Integrity

5  Data Analysis

  • Introduction
  • Data Organisation
  • Limitations of Your Research

6  Preparation of First Draft

  • Introduction
  • Thesis Structure
  • Presentation
  • Proof Reading
  • Writing the Conclusion
  • Writing the Introduction
  • Writing the Abstract
  • Marking Scheme

7  Preparation of Second Draft

  • Prepare final draft of dissertation 1

8  Submission of Final Documentation

  • Presentation
  • Declaration

Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the academy, marked by the academy's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

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