Resources for Thesis Preparation and Checking - Graduate.
UBC graduate students began submitting their theses online via cIRcle, UBC’s digital repository, in fall 2007, a practice that both simplified the submission process and also ensured the availability of this research to a global audience in a timely manner. As of March 2012, UBC Library has digitized and made openly accessible the full-text of more than 32,000 theses submitted by graduate.
To ensure that UBC theses and dissertations are consistent, professional, and of the highest quality. Your completed thesis is a published and archived document that will be a reflection of you and your work at the university.
Any research topic related to the health of human populations is considered suitable for a dissertation in the School. Specific research topics will be constrained by the availability of faculty with suitable content and methodological expertise to supervise the work.
The UBC Research Commons in Koerner Library provides workshops and one-on-one consultations to students who need assistance with master’s and doctoral thesis formatting.
Graduate Theses. Filter by keyword. Sort by. Thesis Author(s) Date Coevolutionary epidemiology: a population genetic exploration of evolutionary interactions between hosts and their pathogens. MacPherson, Ailene PhD 2020.
Doctor of Philosophy Obtaining a PhD in Forestry opens doors all over the world. Why choose a Doctorate of Philosophy in Forestry? PhD in Forestry students can be found all over the world; they are important ambassadors for UBC Forestry and demonstrate just how diverse and international in scope the research is that is undertaken in our Faculty.
Thesis-Based Degrees. Doctor of Philosophy. Admission Requirements. Admission Requirements. The majority of our doctoral students are admitted on the basis of a completed Master’s degree (or equivalent) from an approved institution, and show clear evidence of research ability or potential. For doctoral applicants with Canadian or USA credentials, please refer to the minimum admission.
The PhD dissertation is normally an original and significant contribution to knowledge. In most cases, it entails original research involving fieldwork in the form of ethnographic studies, archaeological excavation and analysis, or archival research.
Your PhD dissertation is guided by your Dissertation Supervisor. The Faculty of Graduate Studies has an excellent resource for students and their supervisors that outlines how to get the most out of the supervisor-graduate student relationship at UBC: Faculty of Graduate Studies Handbook of Supervision.
In addition to tuition, UBC graduate students are also assessed mandatory student fees, which include an Athletics and Recreation Fee, a public transit pass (U-Pass) fee and membership fees for the Graduate Student Society (GSS) and the Alma Mater Society (AMS). You’ll also be charged for mandatory extended health and dental insurance coverage, unless you can demonstrate that you already.
The dissertation attributes the persistence of an exaggerated corporate veil to the narrow application of the doctrine of state responsibility. The dissertation maintains this is manifested in the International Law Commission’s 2001 Draft Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (draft articles), which functions, to the benefit of the Global North, as a.
All students are advised to familiarize themselves with thesis preparation requirements of UBC’s Graduate School. PhD Dissertation Proposal Within 36 months of their date of entry into the program, PhD students must be admitted to candidacy, which means completion of all coursework requirements and approval of the thesis proposal.
Final versions of all UBC Okanagan theses must be approved by the College of Graduate Studies and must conform to the specifications given here in order to: Comply with the technical requirements of the UBC Library and Library and Archives Canada. Ensure that UBC theses and dissertations are consistent, professional, and of the highest quality. The resources below are designed to help students.
Professor Diab began graduate studies in law at the Allard School of Law at UBC in 2006 and returned for the PhD in law in 2009. After completing his LLM, and with encouragement from Professors Wesley Pue, Robin Elliot and others at Allard Law, Professor Diab developed his thesis into a book titled “Guantanamo North: Terrorism and the Administration of Justice in Canada” (Fernwood, 2008).
Postdoctoral Teaching and Learning Fellow, University of British Columbia. Stefan Storey, PhD. Supervised by: John Robinson, Raymond Cole, Steve Rogak, and Jorge Marques. Application of life-cycle approaches for the evaluation of high performance buildings CEO- Sensible Building Science. Co-founder and Director for Structured Reports Corp.
Learning, knowledge, research, insight: welcome to the world of UBC Library, the second-largest academic research library in Canada. Note: A new cIRcle license that applies to theses and dissertations was implemented on March 7, 2014. See the text of the click-through license to which you ne.