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A Masters Thesis is the final requirement of the MAEd. This is a 1.0 credit offering that students normally complete over one year at the end of their degrees. In GSLL, student approach their theses using a range of scholarly approaches. All Masters Theses at the Mount are governed by regulations developed by the Graduate Studies Program and Policies Committee. Students complete their theses under the auspices of a Thesis Committee Supervisor and at least one other thesis committee member. Students commence their thesis work by developing and defending a Thesis Proposal. Students defend their completed theses at a Thesis Defense that is chaired by a Mount faculty member who has not been part of the thesis committee. Upon successful completion, students submit an electronic copy of their approved thesis to the Mount's library.

Thesis forms can be located at the Graduate Studies Office