By Christopher Snook. M.A. thesis, McMaster University 2001.
Examiners have to be nominated and they have to agree to serve.
Here follow some comments on the elements Materials and Methods, Theory, Results and discussion which may or may not correspond to thesis chapters.
S/he will then return it to you with suggestions and comments.
For other theses, it might be appropriate to discuss different techniques in different chapters, rather than to have a single Materials and Methods chapter.
If want to wax lyrical about your topic, here is the place to do it.
Galatians3:23- 24), and the ultimate irony and tragedy of the power of sin is itsleading people to look to their own "lawfulness" for justification instead. It is much like confusing a highway exit sign that says "RICHMOND NEXT3 EXITS" with the city itself; the sign points to the destination, butit is by no means itself the destination, and to pull to a stop and chainoneself to the sign is in fact to miss the destination. And, Paulwould say, the ultimate tragedy is that the people who have chained themselvesto the sign (and who are thereby blocking the road for others) aren't evenaware that they have missed the whole point of the journey, which is themain reason why he grieves so earnestly for his fellow Jews in 9:1 andwishes that somehow he could take their place so that they might know thejustification which God had always intended for them.
Go to the library and read several thesis introductions.
By Cyril H. Powles.
A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment for the requirements of the degree Bachelor of Sacred Theology, University of Trinity College, 1954.
Transcribed by Richard J. Mammana in 2014 from a copy provided by the Right Reverend Dr. Terry M. Brown. Reproduced by kind permission of Marjorie Powles.