3.5 General Regulations - Master's
3.5.1 Thesis and Practicum Regulations
Students must demonstrate their mastery of the field and that they are fully conversant with the relevant literature through their thesis.
Style and format:
The thesis/practicum must be written according to a standard style acknowledged by a particular field of study and recommended by the major department, be lucid and well-written, and be reasonably free from typographical and other errors.
Copies of the thesis/practicum must be submitted in good, clear type. As long as all copies are clearly legible, the thesis/practicum may be reproduced by a method that is presented in the "Thesis Guidelines Booklet" which is available at the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (It is also available on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.) Minimum paper weight is 16 lb. Bond or equivalent; minimum left margin is 3.8 cm (1.5 inches), other margins are 2.5 cm (1 inch). Wherever possible, these margins should be adhered to for illustrative materials. A thesis guideline booklet is available from the Faculty of Graduate Studies Office for additional information.