ECE Graduate Course & Registration

2020-21 Academic Period

 


REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

 

CURRENT COURSE OFFERINGS

 

REQUIRED REGISTRATION:

 

AWARDS, FUNDING, BURSARIES, ETC.

  • IGSES / IGSS AWARD Activation
    If applicable, the activation link was sent to you through your Offer Letter
  • OTHER ENGINEERING AWARDS

Usually, if you are receiving an award you must register (GRAD 7020 or GRAD 8020) in the ENTIRE Academic Year.

 

DEFINITION OF TERMS
     (terms used in course registration)

OTHER COURSE OFFERINGS

  • ENG 7010 -- The Engineering Design Process (2018-19 Academic Year)
  • Manitoba Inst. for Materials (MIM)

    GEOL 7790 -- Advanced Instrumental Techniques

    WINTER TERM:  3 credit hours, CRN: TBA
    Lectures and laboratory course covering the application of micro-beam, mass spectrometer, diffraction and wet geochemical analytical techniques in mineralogy and geochemistry. Includes coverage of ICP, PIXE, powder and single crystal diffraction and electron microprobe analysis.  Permission of the course instructor is required. Please contact Dr. Derek Oliver directly  Derek.Oliver@umanitoba.ca    

 REGISTRATION

AURORA:  is your online Registration System.  Aurora is easy to use and very intuitive.  You may also see tutorials here http://umanitoba.ca/student/records/tutorial/

NOTE:   "READING COURSES"

  • Reading Courses DO NOT count towards graduation credits in the ECE 12-credit hour M.Sc. Program

 

PLEASE DIRECT COURSE INQUIRIES TO THE COURSE INSTRUCTOR

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FACULTY MEMBER INFORMATION

COURSE GRADES:
-- Submission Deadlines
-- Entering Final Grades
-- Change Grades 
-- Late Grades  
    -- ADDING NEW COURSES  
        For Faculty Members or Departments who
        wish to make changes to,
        introduce, modify, or delete
        courses

 



FALL 2020

REGISTRATION / RE-REG PROCEDURES

 

Fall 2020 Registration is required to maintain enrollment in the Graduate Program -- Students failing to register may be subject to discontinuance from their program 

 

  • REGISTRATION BEGINS:
 ~13 JULY 2020
Please check your Aurora Account your initial Registration Date & Time. 
Initial Registration Dates & Times are usually meant for undergraduate courses
  • REGISTRATION ENDS
 WEDNESDAY, 23 SEPTE MBER 2020
  • LAST DAY TO VW
 MONDAY, 23 NOVE MBER 2020
  • COURSES BEGIN
Courses Instructors will contact registered students in September

  

ALL Graduate Students MUST REGISTER in each term until graduation. 

Students not scheduled for OCTOBER graduation, MUST register during the FALL 2020 Term regardless of whether or not you are enrolling in a course.  Failure to do so may cause you to be discontinued from the Graduate Program. You must maintain Continuous Registration until you graduate.

 

REGISTRATION CODES

  • Students Maintaining Continuous Registration
    (Registration required in each Term until graduation)
    Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
  • ECE Ph.D. Students sitting for the December Written Candidacy Exam  
    • ALSO register in Doctoral Candidacy Exam -- GRAD 8010 
      Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
  • Students Planning to Graduate in February or May 2020
    Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
    • Master's Thesis (M.Sc.) (Defence)  --  GRAD 7000
    • Master's PROJECT (M.Eng.) (Defence)  --  GRAD 7050
  • EXCEPTION TO CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION:   Students Planning to Graduate
    in OCT OBER 2020

In order to graduate in the OCT OBER 2020 Convocation you must be registered in SU MMER 2020.--  DO NOT register in the FALL 2020 Term

 


 

FALL COURSE OFFERINGS 

TERM DATES:                 SEPTEMBER 9 -- DECEMBER 11, 2020

EXAM DATES:                 DECEMBER 12-23, 2020

FALL TERM LABS:         JANUARY 5-15, 2020  

IMPORTANT DATES:     http://umanitoba.ca/student/records/deadlines/index.html  

 

Courses highlighted in YELLOW indicate offerings in other disciplines open to ECE students.   Approval of your Academic Advisor is required prior to course enrollment. 

PLEASE DIRECT COURSE INQUIRIES TO THE COURSE INSTRUCTOR

 

Course Course Outline Instructor

ECE 7060  A01

Pre-requisite

Power System Protection
  • CRN: TBA
A. Rajapakse
ECE 7440 T02
Pre-requisite
Advance Power System Protection 
  • CRN: TBA
A. Rajapakse

ECE 7440 T07

 

Near Field Antenna Measurements

  •     CRN: TBA
P. Mojabi

ECE 7440 T18

Wavefield Imaging and Inversion in Electromagnetics and Acoustics

  • CRN: TBA
C. Gilmore
ECE 7440 T40
Pre-requisite
Applied Power Electronics 
  • CRN:  TBA
C. Ho
ECE 7440
T31
Pre-requisite
Microwave Materials Measurement Techniques
  • CRN:   TBA

 G. Bridges

    ECE 7440 T63

    Sensors, Instrumentation and the IoT (NEW)

    • CRN:   TBA
    D. Thomson
    ECE 7440 T68
    Microfluidics
    • CRN: TBA
    E. Salimi
    ECE 7440 T72
    Error Control Codes 
    • CRN: TBA
    F. Bellili
    ECE 7560 A01

    Principles of Signal Compression and Coding

    • CRN: TBA
    P. Yahampath
    ECE 7650 T03

    Agent Based Modeling

    • CRN: TBA 
    B. McLeod
    ECE 7650 T15

    Applied Computational Intelligence

    • CRN: TBA
    K. Ferens  
    ECE 7650 T18

    Advanced Matrix Algorithms

    • CRN: TBA
    I. Jeffrey
    ECE 7650 T19

    Computer and Network Security

    • CRN: TBA
    K. Ferens
    ECE 7650 T38
    Parallel Processing    
    • CRN:  TBA
    I. Jeffrey

    ECE 7740 A01

    Pre-requisite

    Physical Electronics I

    • CRN: TBA
    D. Oliver
    ECE 8050 T01
    Pre-requisite

    Advanced VLSI Materials, Devices and Technology

    • CRN: TBA 
    D. Buchanan 

     

     

     



    WI NTER 2020

    REGISTRATION / RE-REG PROCEDURES

    Winter 2019 Registration is required to maintain enrollment in the Graduate Program -- Students failing to register may be subject to discontinuance from their program.  

    • REGISTRATION BEGINS:      ~18 JULY 2019
      Please check your Aurora Account your initial Registration Date & Time.  Initial Registration Dates & Times are usually meant for undergraduate courses. 
    • REGISTRATION ENDS:         TBA  
    • LAST DAY to VW:                     TBA
    • COURSES BEGIN:                    Course Instructor will contact registered students
                                                               in mid-January

     

    ALL Graduate Students MUST REGISTER in each term until graduation.

    Graduate Students who are NOT graduating in February 2021 MUST register during the WI NTER 2021 Term regardless of whether or not you are enrolling in a course.  Failure to do so may cause you to be discontinued from the Graduate Program. You must maintain Continuous Registration until you graduate.

     

    REGISTRATION CODES

    • CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION
      (Registration required in each Term until graduation)
      Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
    • CANDIDACY EXAM:  ECE Ph.D. Students sitting for the December 2021 Written Candidacy Exam
      • ALSO register in Doctorial Candidacy Examination -- GRAD 8010 
        Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
    • 2020 GRADUATION:   Students Planning to Graduate in 2020 in February, May, or October
      Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
      • Master's Thesis (M.Sc.) (Defence)  --  GRAD 7000
      • Master's PROJECT (M.Eng.) (Defence)  --  GRAD 7050
    • EXCEPTION TO CONTINUOUS WINTER REGISTRATION:     Students Planning to Graduate in FEBR UARY 2021

    Students graduating in FEBR UARY 2021 must be registered in the FALL 2020 TERM -- DO NOT register in the WI NTER 2021 Term

     


     

    WINTER COURSE OFFERINGS

    TERM DATES:                TBA

    EXAM DATES:                TBA

    IMPORTANT DATES:    http://umanitoba.ca/student/records/deadlines/index.html  

     

    Courses highlighted in YELLOW indicate offerings in other disciplines open to ECE students.   Approval of your Academic Advisor is required prior to course enrollment. 

    PLEASE DIRECT COURSE INQUIRIES TO THE COURSE INSTRUCTOR

    Winter 2021 Course to be loaded shortly

    Course Course Outline Instructor
    ECE 7070 A01
    Power System Analysis
    • CRN:  
    U. Annakkage
    ECE 7440 T04
    Advanced Signal Processing
    • CRN:  
    S. Sherif
    ECE 7440 T29
    Pre-requisite
    Microelectronic Fabrication and High Vacuum Technology
    • CRN 
    C. Shafai
    ECE 7650 T01
    Pre-requisite
    Deep Learning with Convolutional Neural Networks
    • CRN: 
    A. Ashraf
    ECE 7650 T03

    Agent based Modeling

    • CRN:   TBA
    B. McLeod
    ECE 7650 T26
    Advanced Wireless Communications
    • CRN:  
    A. Mezghani
    ECE 7670 A01
    Optimization Methods for Computer Aided Design 
    • CRN:  
    E. Hossain

    ECE 8150 A01

    Pre-requisite

    Digital Signal Processing

    • CRN:
    G. Thomas
    ECE 8220 A01
    Digital Image Processing  
    • CRN: 
    J. Peters
    ECE 8300 A01
    Pre-requisite
    Computer Vision   

       This course is being held concurrently with ECE 4440, A01 Computer Vision
    • CRN:  
    J. Peters

    ECE 8320 T10  Pre-requisite

    Modular Multilevel Converter Systems and Applications

    • CRN:

    S. Filizadeh
    ECE 8320 NEW Pre-requisite

    Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems

    • CRN:
    B. Kordi
    GEOL 7790
    Pre-requisite
    Advanced Instrumental Techniques in Geology

    *Limited Capacity:   13 students
      (this course fills-up QUICKLY!)
       Permission of the Instructor Required

    This course is offered through combined efforts of Electrical Engineering, Geology, and the MB Institute of Materials. This course gives students the chance to have hands-on laboratories with the following instrumentation:

    • Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)
    • Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES)
    • Electron Probe Microanalysis (EMPA)
    • Inductively Couples Plasma- Optical Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES)
    • Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS)
    • Small Angle and Wide Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS/WAXS)
    • Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
    • Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS)
    • Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)
    • X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)
    • X-Ray Powder Diffraction (XRD or XRPD)
    • CRN:
    D. Oliver
    N. Halden
    D. Thomson

     

     



    SU MMER 2019

    REGISTRATION / RE-REG PROCEDURES

     

    • SUMMER REGISTRATION is required to maintain enrollment in the Graduate Program -- Students failing to register may be subject to discontinuance from their program 

       

      • REGISTRATION BEGINS:
      MONDAY, 01 A PRIL 2019 
      RETURNING STUDENTS:  Please check your Aurora Account your initial Registration Date & Time. 
      Initial Registration Dates & Times are usually meant for undergraduate courses

      • REGISTRATION ENDS
      WEDNESDAY, 03 JULY 2019
      • LAST DAY TO VW
      WEDNESDAY, 08 MAY 2019
      • COURSES BEGIN
      PLEASE Contact Course Instructor
      • TUITION & FEE DEADLINE
      TUESDAY, 14 MAY 2019
    • CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION: 
      Summer Term Registration is required fall all Graduate Students. 
      ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER in each Term (Fall, Winter, AND Summer Terms) until Graduation, failure to do so may cause the student to be DISCONTINUED from the Graduate Program. Graduate Students must use one of the registration codes (listed here)
      Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
      • Grad 8020 (Ph.D.)
      • Grad 7020 (Master)
      • STUDENTS BEGINNING A GRADUATE PROGRAM IN SU MMER 2020: 
        • GRAD 6000:      ALL Graduate Students beginning their Graduate Studies for the first time during the Summer Term
        • Grad 7500:      Academic Integrity Tutorial
          MUST be completed within your FIRST TERM at the University

          Students who have met both of the following, within ONE-YEAR of beginning a NEW GRADUATE PROGRAM, are exempt from registering in this course
          1. graduated from another University of Manitoba Graduate Program
          2. and who have previously passed an Academic Integrity Tutorial
        • ASG FORM:  
          1. MUST be filled-in with your Academic Advisor
          2. MUST be signed by
            1. You
            2. Academic Advisor
            3. Co-Advisor
          3. STUDENTS matriculating from a previous ECE Graduate Program and is working the same Academic Advisor and Co-Advisor are NOT required to submit a new ASG FORM
          4. STUDENTS matriculating from a previous ECE Graduate Program BUT who encounter any of the following situations are REQUIRED to fill-in a NEW ASG FORM
            1. is now working with a new Academic Advisor
            2. adding a Co-Advisor
            3. working with a new Co-Advisor
    • OCTOBER GRADUANDS
      Students graduating in October 2020  
      Please look-up the CRN in your Aurora Account
      • Doctoral Thesis  -- Grad 8000 (Ph.D.)
      • Master's Thesis   -- Grad 7000 (M.Sc.)
    • FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE:  http://umanitoba.ca/student/examination_schedules.html

     


     

    SU MMER 2020 COURSE OFFERINGS

    TERM DATES:                JUNE 1- AUGUST 31, 2020

    EXAM DATES:                TBA

    IMPORTANT DATES:     http://umanitoba.ca/student/records/deadlines/index.html  

     

    PLEASE DIRECT COURSE INQUIRIES TO THE COURSE INSTRUCTOR

    SU MMER 2020 Course uploaded shortly

    Course Course Outline Instructor
    ECE 7440, T56
    Pre-requisite
    Game Theory for Wireless and Communication Networks
    • CRN:    START DATE:   
    E. Hossain

     

     

     

     



     

    REQUIRED...
         ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ONLINE TUTORIAL

    ALL Graduate Students are required to register for and successfully complete the online compulsory tutorial which concerns Academic Integrity.  Students are required to enroll-in and successfully complete this tutorial within their FIRST SEMESTER in the Graduate Program.

    GENERAL INFORMATIONhttp://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/registration/grad7500FAQ.html 

     

    GRAD 7500, A02 Academic Integrity Tutorial

    Please look-up the course's CRN in your Aurora

    • GENERAL INFORMATION: 
      1. This is a ZERO credit hour course and will not count towards your GPA
      2. Failure to successfully complete this tutorial will result in SUSPENSION of Registration Privileges
      3. You may enroll-in and complete this tutorial at your leisure and may take it as often as needed to pass
    • ENTER A NEW PROGRAM:
      1. NOT REQUIRED:   Entering a new program (another Master's or PhD program) with NO SPAN PERIODS --  NO NEW Academic Integrity Online Tutorial is required.
      2. REQUIRED:   Entering a new program (another Master's or PhD program) with a SPAN PERIOD OF ONE or MORE
        A span of time of one (1) or more term(s) separates one graduate degree program from another graduate degree program (for instance, if a student completed GRAD 7500 at the Master’s level, took a break of one (1) or more terms and was admitted to another Master’s or Ph.D. program)
    • LEAVES -- REQUIRED:    Student on Exception/Parental Leaves must register in Grad 7500 upon return from Leave
    • PRE-MASTER are REQUIRED to complete GRAD 7500
    • VISTING & OCCASIONAL STUDENTS do NOT REQUIRED need to complete GRAD 7500

     

    • ACCESSING THE TUTORIAL

     

    Additional details are provided on UM Learn site once the students enters the course site.

     

     

     


     

    DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED:

    • PREREQUISITE:   a course for which the student must have received a passing grade BEFORE registering in the course.
    • COREQUISITE:  a course which the student must be enroll in AT THE SAME TIME as the course.
    • PRE- or COREQUISITE:   a course which the student must be enrolled in at the same time as the indicating course, or a course in which the student has previously obtained a passing grade.
    • VW:  Voluntary Withdraw from a course.

     

     


     

    FACULTY:  INFORMATION

    1. SUBMITTING GRADES TO AURORA 
    2. MAKING CHANGES TO A GRADUATE COURSE:  Instructions & Forms
      http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admin/course_changes.html
      All graduate course introductions,  modifications and deletions require approval by Senate. The Faculty of Graduate Studies vets course change proposals through the Programs and Planning, Executive and Faculty Council of Graduate Studies committees.
    3. ADDING A NEW GRADUATE COURSE TO THE ECE GRADUATE CALENDAR 
      1. Please read this page and submit the appropriate form and information to the Graduate Student Advisor to check
        1. FORM:  Proposal for Course Introduction  
        2. LIBRARY STATEMENT:   A Statement of Library Support is required for each new course.
          1. Units should contact the pertinent bibliographer to let them know you are proposing to introduce a course and to request an assessment.
          2. Provide your phone number as the Library prefers to speak to the person introducing the course about the bibliography.
          3. PLEASE NOTE:   The library requires at least 1-month to prepare its statement
      2. The information will be given to the ECE Graduate Committee for approval
      3. After ECE Approval the information we will send the information to the Dean of FGS for Approval.  The following information is included in the package to FGS:
        1. completed form
        2. topical outline and bibliography
        3. the Statement of Library Support
        4. any other pertinent information regarding the course
      4. The entire process may take up to 1-year.

      

    CURRENT COURSE OFFERINGS

    REGISTRATION (Annual)

    ACADEMIC GUIDELINES

    ECE SUPPLEMENTAL REGULATIONS

    UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE
    (exams, registration, payments, etc.)

    GRADUATE CALENDAR / CATALOG

    CODE OF CONDUCT--Plagiarism

    CHEATING, PLAGIARISM, ETC.
     (students, instructors, TAs)

    EXAM & FINAL GRADES

    COMPUTER ACCTS, FORMS...

    TEACHING ASSIST. HANDBOOK  

    PROGRAMS

    1. Ph.D.
    2. M. Sc.
    3. M.Eng.
    4. Occasional
    5. IIS / Overview 
    6. Course Category (AX,AU,OS)

    PROGRAM INFORMATION

    1. MANDATORY:
      1. Summer Registration
      2. Progress Reports
      3. Academic Integrity Tutorial 
      4. ASG--Advisor Student Guidelines 
      5. Continuous Registration 
    2. LEAVES OF ABSENCE
    3. FAILED GRADES
      1. What to do
      2. Grade Appeals
      3. Student Advocacy
    4. SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDELINES
      1. Advance Credits (4.4.5)
      2. Transfer Credits (4.4.6)
      3. Transfer to Ph.D. (5.1.3)
    5. PROGRAM TRANSFERS:
      1. M.Sc. to Ph.D.
      2. M.Eng. to M.Sc.
      3. M.Sc. to M.Eng.
      4. Ph.D. to M.Sc.
    6. CHANGE REQUESTS
    7. Transfer Credits
    8. CO, IP, Incomp, Course Extension
    9. Deferred Exam Form 
    10. Concurrent / Dual Registration
    11. Voluntary Withdrawal
    12. Authorized Withdrawal

    RESEARCH INTEGRITY

    -- Plagiarisms Software: iThenticate

    RESEARCH ETHICS & COMPLIANCE

    -- Templates, Guidelines, & Forms

    ENVIRONMENT HEALTH & SAFETY

    ECE GRADUATE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

    FUNDING, AWARDS, JOBS

    1. TRAVEL AWARDS
    2. NSERC (Canadians Only)
    3. UMGF  (All Grads)
    4. IGSS (Int'l Students)
    5. FGS Miscellaneous
    6. FGS EMERGENCY LOANS
    7. Funding & Award $$
    8. TA Wage Scale
    9. JOBs

    TUITION & FEES   

    1. Master
      1. Full-Time
      2. Part-Time
    2. Ph.D.
    3. Other Fees
      1. Compulsory Fees
      2. Incidental Fees 
      3. Cost of Living Expenses
    4. Tuition Installment Plan
      (International Students Only)

    NEW STUDENTS

    1. Quick, General Info
    2. General Info & Services
    3. Registration Procedures
    4. Registering for Courses
    5. Acceptance of Offer (Letter)
    6. Paying Tuition & Fees
    7. Office Space & Mail
    8. Grad Students With Children
    9. Student University Guide
    10. Orientation
      1. ECE (mandatory)
      2. FGS (TBA via emails)
      3. University
      4. International Students

    GRADUATION / CONVOCATION

    1. THESIS DEADLINES
    2. Thesis Info
    3. Thesis Guidelines
    4. Thesis Checklist
    5. Thesis Online Submission
    6. THESIS SAMPLES
      1. Title Page
      2. Table of Contents
    7. Plagiarism Software: iThenticate
    8. ECE Graduand Info
           APEGM, Iron Ring, Letters, etc.
    9. CONVOCATION !
    10. JOBs

     


    UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA SERVICES

     INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

    1. International Centre for Students (ICS)
    2. ICS Post-Secondary Handbook
    3. Study Permit Info
    4. Off-Campus Work Permits
    5. FORMS
    6. Exchange Pgm
      (Canadian & Intentional)

    FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (FGS)

    1. FGS: Thesis Guideline & Forms
    2. Thesis Info
    3. Important Dates
    4. FORMS
      1. Programs & Thesis
      2. Awards & Scholarships
    5. WORKSHOPS

    REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

    1. Transcripts
    2. Important Dates
    3. Convocation
    4. FORMS

    ENGINEERING LIBRARY
    (Donald W. Craik Library)

    CAREER SERVICES

    STUDENT ADVOCACY

    ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES

     


    STUDENT GROUPS

    1. UMGSA
      1. Travel Grant
      2. Emergency Grant
      3. Special Projects Grant
      4. Student Award
      5. Teaching Award
    2. UMSU
      1. Mobile Print
      2. HEALTH / DENTAL Benefits
        --  Opt-Out
      3. U-PASS  
        --  Opt-Out

    ECE GRAD STUDENT GROUP (ECE GSA)

    ENGINEERING STUDENT GROUPS

     


    MANITOBA / CIC INFO / SERVICE CANADA

    MANITOBA PROVINCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE
    (Canadian Students ONLY)

    1. Health Card
    2. Benefits
    3. Online Enrollment

    INTERNATIONAL STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE

    CIC: CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION CANADA  

    1. CIC web site  
    2. VISA to Study in Canada  
    3. RE-NEW / EXTEND Study Visa 
    4. Application Processing Time 
    5. Change Program / Institution  
    6. Student Work Permit  
    7. Post-Graduate Work Permit  
    8. Letters of Invitation  
    9. FORMS & GUIDES   

    SERVICE CANADA

    1. APPLY:  Social Insurance Card (SIN Card) to Work
    2. APPLY:  Universal Child Care
    3. Online Services

     


    MANITOBA PROFESSIONAL ASSN.

    ENGINEERS GEOSCIENTISTS MANITOBA (APEGM)
    Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba

     


    CONFERENCE PAPER / THESIS HELP

    FGS WRITING STYLE: Papers, Thesis, etc.

    APA STYLE

    1. APA Style
    2. APA Basic Style Guide
    3. APA Style Tutorial
    4. MPA STYLE

    MLA STYLE

    1. MLA Style
    2. MPA STYLE

    IEEE Writing Style: IEEE Papers

    1. IEEE Style
    2. IEEE Citation Reference
    3. IEEE Artical Preparation & Submission

    HELP FORM OTHER UNIVERSITIES

    1. Graduate Student Writing Kit
    2. Thesis Proposal
      1. How to write a thesis proposal
      2. Successful thesis proposals
      3. Components of a thesis proposal
      4. M.Sc. Thesis Proposal
      5. Ph.D. Thesis Proposal
        1. Guideline 01
        2. Guideline 02
    3. Research Papers:
      1. Lit. Reviews
        1. Lit. Reviews
        2. Example 01
        3. Example 02
      2. Abstracts
        1. Writing an Abstract
        2. Abstract Presentations
        3. Examples
      3. Effective Outlines
      4. Citing References
        1. APA Style