Thesis - BUS 690
A MS Thesis is a significant contribution to knowledge which shows a critical appreciation of existing knowledge in the field. The work must be communicated coherently in a thesis presented in a critical, literary and orderly way, and must show evidence of adequate analysis and discussion of results. This is an individual work. Faculty members with expertise in the research field can act as supervisors. Students produce a structured report based on a research proposal that was submitted earlier to the Graduate Division within four weeks from the time of registration. Prerequisite: BUS 669.