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A master's thesis, also known as a master's degree thesis, is a scholarly research paper that a graduate student completes as part of their master's degree program. The thesis is usually the final requirement for earning a master's degree, and it is meant to demonstrate the student's ability to conduct original research and present their findings in a clear and concise manner.
The master's thesis typically involves an extensive literature review on the topic of study, and it may also involve collecting and analyzing data. The student works closely with a faculty advisor who provides guidance and feedback throughout the process.
Upon completion, the thesis is typically defended orally before a committee of faculty members who evaluate the student's work and determine whether they have met the requirements for the degree.