Masters degree grades are often different to undergraduate degree grades, but this does depends on what masters course you are doing. An integrated masters is one that follows directly on from your undergraduate course. This is most common in the sciences, where you apply for a four year course in your chosen subject and then in your second year make a decision on whether to follow the path to a BSc or to an MChem, MPhys, etc. This is graded like an undergraduate degree in that the classification you receive will be either;. Taught masters degrees require credits worth of work, made of a combination of taught modules, projects and a dissertation.
If you are considering postgraduate study , the vast number of courses that are available can at first be really confusing. This is problematic as choosing the right type of postgraduate course can help set you apart in the job market already saturated with undergraduate degree holders. The types of postgraduate degrees available vary wildly, but by choosing the right one you will not only play to your learning style strengths but also set yourself up well if you choose to do a PhD. By reading on you will find the types of postgraduate course that are available explained in an easy way, and realise it's not as confusing as you first think.
The following post includes a concise and in-depth overview of the chapters and subchapters normally contained within a dissertation. These would be very useful when deciding what should go where, and what you should write next. We use this template at WritePass when assisting students with their dissertations and in particular writing dissertation chapters.
But few have examined an earlier work of Theodore Kaczynski, the man being held in connection with the Unabomber case. The handful of mathematicians who are familiar with his doctoral dissertation, a page consideration of something known as boundary functions, consider it impressive but somewhat difficult to explain to mere mortals. And the dissertation contains only five simple illustrations.