The 250-Word Thesis Project Topic (abstract) should answer the following four questions: 1. A brief description of the topic 2. The rationale for choosing the topic 3. Research approach (describe how you intend to research you project by either surveys, interview, questionnaires, etc.)* 4. Potential value of the topic in personal ministry
Introduction (15-20 pages)
Included in the Introduction are 5 components (should not exceed fifteen-twenty pages total):
1. Statement of the Problem (should not exceed one page)
Answers the question of “what” the project accomplishes. The candidate should define any technical terminology used that is specific to your Thesis Project.
2. Statement of Limitations (should not exceed one page)
Limitations should outline what the Thesis Project is not designed to accomplish. For example, if your Thesis Project applicable findings have yet to be proven, this should be stated in this section. Limitations involving the specificity of the area or group; i.e. demographic or regional focus, etc. should be included.
3. Theoretical Basis
Demonstrates the relationship between the topic and current best practices in the ministry field, and the biblical, theological, or historical data that corresponds to it.
4. Statement of Methodology
Description of the project’s design. The candidate will include a summary of the contents of each chapter in the Thesis Project.
5. Review of Literature (min. 5 pages)
Summary of current literature related to the topic. Includes books, theses, and academic/scholarly journal articles only. You should have a mix of sources; 75% books and theses; 25% academic/scholarly articles.
Main Body of Thesis Project
Chapter 1 (min. 20 pages) should give your Reader an introductory foundation of your subject and what you will accomplish through your academic and applied research process. You should describe your ministry setting and what led you to initiate this ministry project. Make sure that you have a smooth transition to introduce your next chapter. This is an opportunity to You must use and cite your bibliography sources.
*Your introduction as outlined above may function as chapter 1. Your choice.
Chapter 2 (min. 20 pages) introduces your Readers to your applied research. Who you are researching, why did you choose this type of research. Include what current academic studies relate to your subject and your research. Make sure that you have a smooth transition to introduce your next chapter. This is an opportunity to use and cite your bibliography sources.
Chapter 3 (min. 20 pages) reports the results of the applied research, citing current experts in this field of ministry. The student will supply an overview of the findings through graphs, charts, and tables. Please keep in mind you cannot use your entire survey in this chapter, but you can highlight the main focus of your survey and place your entire survey, questionnaires, etc. in the appendices. For example, if you survey a group with twenty questions, you may highlight a minimum of ten most appropriate findings. The title of this chapter should be similar to the sub-title of your Thesis Project. Make sure that you have a smooth transition to introduce your next chapter. This is an opportunity to use and cite your bibliography sources.
Chapter 4 (min. 10 pages) is your Conclusion. You should summarize all the major points made throughout the project and make a conclusive statement regarding the solution to the problem addressed. You may also include a statement regarding opportunities for further development of the project. This is an opportunity to use and cite your bibliography sources.
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