Special features of a master’s thesis
Master’s Thesis – so far no uniform spelling has prevailed – differs from the diploma thesis by a stronger practical relevance and a corresponding smaller scope of the theoretical apparatus, even if its goal is the proof of the independent scientific work. In addition to relevant literature work, the practical relevance is gladly taken into account by intensified integration of practical elements such as expert interviews or case studies.
Scope and structure of the master thesis
The extent of master theses in practice is on average slightly less than that of diploma theses and is in my experience as a ghostwriter currently at 50 to 90 pages plus the directories (table of contents, bibliography, possibly illustrations and tables) and any appendix.
Tips from the ghostwriter for writing the master’s thesis
I am happy to give you some important tips as an experienced ghostwriter – often I also create the master’s thesis together with the students, which then facilitates the cooperation. For example, there is the opportunity to further develop and deepen a topic that has already been developed in the framework of a seminar paper in the context of the Master’s thesis. This option should be used and, above all, a topic that is either in your own interest or perhaps relevant for your future career.
Use job opportunities through practical relevance
Many students who are studying for their master’s thesis After having interviewed entrepreneurs or executives and dealt with an important business or organizational issue, they also got a job afterwards.
Subject and method choice for the Master thesis
The field also plays a decisive role in the choice of method. I have in-depth experience in the fields of economics, sociology, psychology, education, law, health science, history and philosophy to construction engineering and advise you personally.