Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: May 18, 2016 Views: 654
The Writing Center offers one-to-one reviews for students working on their preproposal (premise and prospectus) documents. Take a look at the website for some step-by-step instructions on how to make an appointment.
The Writing Center has also put together a doctoral capstone preproposal kit to assist students in preparing to write their premise and prospectus. Additionally, you can find program-specific writing guidance and materials on the Writing Center website. Remember to review, download, and use the program-specific premise and prospectus templates (on the templates webpage) as well.
Additionally, the Academic Skills Center offers 6-week doctoral writing workshops for students working on their preproposal (premise and prospectus) documents all the way through the final capstone chapters. Find more information regarding the doctoral writing workshops on the Academic Skills Center's website.
For more content-specific resources on the premise or prospectus, take a look at the left-hand sidebar on the webpage of the Office of Student Research Administration (part of the Center for Research Quality), and select your program.
- For further capstone-specific resources, feel free to peruse the Doctoral Capstone Resources website as well.
- There are multiple other resources both inside and outside the Writing Center available for students as well. See What resources are available to help me write my capstone? for a list of further doctoral resources.
Do you have other general writing questions? E-mail the Writing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other questions about your doctoral capstone or the Form & Style review? E-mail the Dissertation Editors at email@example.com.
Want to peruse other writing resources? Go to the Writing Center’s homepage.