Your thesis, must be submitted via the online uploading service.
The Board of Studies will appoint two examiners who will test you on the subject of your thesis, as well as your general knowledge in the field of your studies.
MSc Thesis Defense Guidelines – The final examination for an MSc student.
Qualifying and Transfer Examination Guidelines – Qualifying examinations are for Direct Entry Ph D students in year 2; Transfer examinations are for MSc students who wish to transfer directly to the Ph D program without completing a MSc thesis and defense.
I have done many MSc/Ph D examinations, and I enjoy them so much.
With Ph D theses I especially like seeing the face of the candidate when I take the thesis out of my bag, and you can’t see the thesis for Post-it notes.Current information concerning the deadline for the submission of your MSc thesis is available online.If necessary, you may submit a fully detailed request, through your faculty coordinator, to the Board of Studies to postpone submission of your thesis.These limits and requirements are strictly observed by the Board of Graduate Studies and the Degree Committees and, unless approval to exceed the prescribed limit has been obtained beforehand (see: Extending the Word Limit below), a thesis that exceeds the limit may not be examined until its length complies with the prescribed limit. If candidates need to increase their word limits they will need to apply for permission.Application forms are available from candidates' Self-Service pages. 350 pages) for the Ph D degree and 60,000 words for the MSc or MLitt degree.[top] The thesis is not to exceed 80,000 words for the Ph D and 60,000 words for the MSc or MLitt degree.Footnotes, references and text within tables are to be counted within the word-limit, but captions, appendices and bibliographies are excluded.The exam will take place only after you have completed all other degree requisites including courses, seminars, and labs, unless otherwise authorized by the Feinberg Graduate School.You must take the exam within 30 days from the day the examiners are appointed.These limits include all text, figures, tables and photographs, but exclude the bibliography, cited references and appendices.More detailed specifications should be obtained from the Division concerned.