You work with a research advisor to fine-tune your question and hypothesis.
Then you work with a faculty or industry expert who will act as your thesis director on the project.
Go to ALM Thesis Guide website, toolkit section, then, choose your field.
The prework requires a substantial amount of thinking, background research, and writing.
Even if your prework is approved right away, you can expect that your research advisor will make suggestions for how to continue working during the time between when the prework is due and the beginning of the semester.
Your research advisor will either approve or not approve your edited submission.
There are six steps to follow for thesis preparation, registration, and completion, which we have outlined below.
After completing 24 credits, but before completing 32, you work with your research advisor to narrow down your academic interests to a relevant and manageable thesis topic.
The prework must be received between: If you miss the submission deadlines, you will not be allowed to register for CTP.
CTP prework guidelines are posted on the thesis website.