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However, if your thesis takes longer than this, you can sign up for Master's Continuing Research, which provides automatic full time status but carries no credits.
Master's students are allowed six credits maximum under Physics 899 for their career at UNH.
The student should get current information from the Graduate School on the form the thesis should be in and number of copies required before writing of the thesis begins.
The last requirement before submission of the final thesis is to present a thesis defense in a department seminar. In general, the candidate will present an oral overview of the thesis for 40-50 minutes, which will be followed by questions from the Committee and other members of the audience.
The purpose of a Thesis Committee is to oversee the progress of the thesis work and to propose changes to the scope of the work, if appropriate. In the case of an interdisciplinary thesis, faculty from other Departments of the University may be included in the Committee.
The student may seek advice from any member of the Thesis Committee with regard to thesis related questions. If collaboration with an outside research institution is a vital part of the thesis work, an external scientist may be added to the Committee on request of the student or Thesis Advisor.
The Thesis Advisor and the student together develop a proposed thesis project.
Because a thesis will be a genuine research project, changes of the scope may occur during the work on the project.
[PDF: ~3.5 MB] (Weitz) VANICEK, JIRI JOSEPH LADISLAV, A.
Uniform semiclassical approximations and their applications.