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Manual for Thesis and Dissertation | LPUB Research


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The primary purpose of this guide is to provide some standard of institutional setup. The proposal forms the basis of the thesis/dissertation paper and must be well written.

Preliminary Section B. Narrative Parts

Proposal Defense Guidelines

The program dean appoints the panel of examiners within five (5) days of the submission of the research paper. The case file of the defense proposal is submitted by the admissions secretary to the GS office for coding.

Writing Final Paper for Pre orals/Final Defense

Cross-examination of the panel shall not exceed thirty (30) minutes, to allow sufficient time for panel members to summarize comments and suggestions. During the first round of the questionnaire, each panel is given five (5) minutes to ask all of his/her questions without interruption from the rest of the panel members.

Pre -Oral Defense for Dissertation

Additional questions are permitted in the second round of questioning, but may not exceed five (5) minutes for each panel member. The consultant/researcher, who is the record-keeper, draws up a record of the defense of the proposal; one copy is received by the candidate when it is signed by the chairman of the examiners' committee and the program dean.


Pre –oral defense for Dissertation Procedure

Cross-examinations of the panel shall not exceed thirty (30) minutes to allow sufficient time for the panel members to summarize comments and suggestions. The recording secretary takes the minutes of the oral defence; a copy of which will be given to the candidate as soon as it is signed by the Chairman of the Panel of Examiners and the GS Dean.

Final oral defense for Thesis/ Dissertation

For a master's thesis, the advisor must be a master's or doctoral degree holder of the same degree program being advised or related/allied programs. For the Dissertation, the advisor must be a PhD holder, preferably from the same degree program being advised or related/related programs.

Responsibility of the Adviser The adviser

Qualification of Panel of Examiners

Responsibility of Panel of Examiners The examiners

Responsibility of Statistician The statistician

  • PROTOCOLS OF RESEARCH FORMAT 1. Introduction (uppercase, left aligned)
    • Copyright
    • Plagiarism
    • Final Disposition of Manuscript

Do not make any suggestions for improvement on the identified issues in the middle of the discussion. The official LPU paper (available from the Graduate School) must be used in the final printing of the thesis/dissertation.


Degree: Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science. University Name: Lyceum of the Philippine University – Batangas Academic Year. The R&D section should include details necessary to support the conclusions of the article.

Table 1. Percentage Distribution of the Respondents’ Profile
Table 1. Percentage Distribution of the Respondents’ Profile



In addition, committee members review the research proposal and findings to assess the quality of the research. The table of contents is a page that lists the main sections of the research paper and the page number where each section begins. This page lists all the tables presented in the research paper and the page number on which each table appears.

The list of appendices is a page that lists all the appendices in the research paper and the page number where each appendix appears. It introduces the topic of the research, provides background information, the theory in which the study is grounded, and states the research question or hypothesis. The literature review is a section in which the researcher discusses the existing knowledge on the subject of the research.

It is anchored and organized based on the variables presented in the objectives of the study. The research title, surname of the author and year of publication must be indicated on the cover page.


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    • ORGANIZATION OF CONTENT A. Preliminaries

Study objectives (uppercase, bold, left) (Objectives should be in paragraph form.). Consider writing the introductory section(s) after you have completed the rest of the paper, rather than before. You need to draw the reader in and make them want to read the rest of the paper.

Sufficient background information to allow the reader to understand the context and significance of the issue you are trying to address. Describe the nature of the findings; not just tell the reader if they are significant. Interpret the results in relation to the background laid out in the introduction - what is the relationship between the present results and the original question.

It is then elaborated in the body of the article and mentioned again in the discussion section (and, of course, in the summary and conclusions). Do not describe the contents of the figures and/or tables per item in the text.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND SCIENCES Undergraduate and Graduate School Program

Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Psychology. The number of conclusions should be the same as the number of objectives of the study. Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Explanation of how each variable relates to or is experienced by study respondents is also necessary. If the study variable has certain subscales, it should also be briefly explained in the literature review. This will then be followed by the product which is based on the specific findings of the study.

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in ______/ Doctor of Philosophy in If the study variable has specific subscales, it should also be briefly explained in the literature review. Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Psychology.

Sample format for a frequency table for a respondent's demographic profile if included or not included in the objectives of the study).

Table Number  Title  Page
Table Number Title Page


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There are more women who rate academics and cheese making as more effective in the cold kitchen virtual internship program. A proposed action plan was proposed to further improve the effectiveness of virtual cold kitchen internship programs. The College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management (CITHM) of LPU - Batangas can inject a personalized training program and custom monitoring into the virtual internship.

This allows interns to choose the specialization they want to focus more on and effectively track their progress in the cold kitchen. Future researchers could investigate a similar study with different variables on the effectiveness of virtual internship programs of IHM students in the cold kitchen.


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EXTENDED SUMMARY - (full document of 5 to 10 pages summarizing the introduction, objectives, methods, results and discussion, conclusion and recommendations), this is for publication purposes. iv. GRATITUDE - embodies the researcher's expression of gratitude to individuals or organizations that helped complete the research. DEDICATION - a message usually given by the investigator to those who have inspired. them upon completion of the study. vi. TABLE OF CONTENTS – this represents the content of the study by section and. LIST OF FIGURES – refers to the list of diagrams. graphics and/or illustration included. in the thesis, together with the figure numbers, titles and corresponding page numbers.

Introduction - brief summary of the background information why the study is important. with the rationale and purpose of the study. upper/lowercase, bold, left-justified). Objectives of the study – should be in paragraph form at the end of the introduction. upper/lowercase, bold, left-justified). 2. Literature review - discuss literature that is relevant and specific to the topic. upper/lowercase, bold, left-justified).

Ethical considerations- uppercase/lowercase, not bold, left-aligned 4.Results and discussion- uppercase/lowercase, not bold, left-aligned. Follow APA style in presenting the entries within text or in the list of references.


LIST OF TABLES/FIGURES (if available) – this section includes a list of tables, diagrams. graphs and/or illustrations included in the assignment, along with figure numbers, titles,. together with the corresponding page number. ix. LIST OF APPENDICES – this section includes the research instrument, letter(s) of authority, data transcriptions, and researcher CVs. Objective(s) of the study – should be in paragraph form at the end of the introduction. upper/lower case, bold, left aligned). Ethical considerations - upper/lower case, not bold, left aligned 4. Results and discussion - upper/lower case, not bold, left aligned 5. Conclusions - upper/lower case, bold, left aligned.



Provide an overview of the main variables on how they can be used to address identified problems based on research gaps found in the literature. The theoretical underpinnings of the study, which will serve as the scientific basis for the study's findings, should also be discussed. The objectives of the study must be aligned with the questionnaire/instrument that will be used in data collection.

This section follows the current discussion of the main variables based on the sequence of study objectives. The participants who will serve as respondents or study subjects and how they will be selected. A discussion of the sampling technique and justification of the number of participants is also necessary.

Consult the assigned statistician on the appropriate statistical treatment to use in the study based on the objectives. This contains the tables and the interpretations/analyses of the researcher(s) in the generated results.


Variable 2

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We are committed to protecting your personal data from loss, misuse and any unauthorized processing activity, and we will take all reasonable precautions to protect its security and confidentiality. We will also not disclose, share or transfer the same to any third party without your consent. Unless you agree to us keeping your personal data for the purposes set out above, your data will only be kept for a limited period after the event to allow for analysis and reporting responsibilities on our part, including documentation for future reference.



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