Crafting Dissertation Titles For Accounting And Finance Students
Are you stressing out about your dissertation already and yet you haven’t even chosen your topic? It’s actually very likely because there is nothing like a dissertation to bring on bouts of dread, fear and panic! Well, the good news is, that with some hard thinking and plenty of research, in time you will be immersed in your thesis like there is no tomorrow! But first thing’s first- you need some help in coming up with ideas, right? Well, here are some great ideas to help you on your way.
- Make a list of different areas.
- Now you need to narrow it down.
- Forming your words.
- Study examples online.
- Look in your library.
There are a huge number of areas in this subject, so it is best to know what those areas are before you delve into picking your specific topic for your titles. Make a list and contemplate which areas interest you the most and which you know the most about.
Once you have chosen the broad theme- let’s say it is international business- you will need to narrow it down even more; thus you might arrive at wanting to compare two specific companies with regards to their methods in accounting and finance.
Now that you have your exact topic (and you have made sure that there is plenty of information on the subject for you to research and gather), it is time to form the topic into a title. Using our above example, we may therefore arrive at: ‘Methods in accounting and finance: A comparative study of two international United Kingdom companies based in India.’
It is a great idea to check out other topics before you choose your own. You can find plenty of examples on the internet- but make sure that you are looking on reputable and renowned websites. After all, you want your information to be as reliable as possible and of the highest quality.
You could also search on internet social networking sites and online forums. There may be plenty of handy hints there.
It is also a great idea to look in your campus library. Go through dissertations of past students to see what topics they selected and how they framed their titles.
Whilst you are in your library, it might be worth checking out books, periodicals and academic magazines as well. Don’t underestimate the resources available at your library.
Remember you can also use the internet at libraries too!