Caption: Samuel A. Alito - Senior thesis title page

They range from the silly to the depressing to the stultifying to the actually kind of interesting. A few were intriguing enough that I found myself wanting to click on them like headlines and read the full story. How often can you say that about real thesis titles? But mostly they're just funny, and a little sad. Here are a few of my favorites:

The following are a sampling of past thesis titles:

Here is an example of the text that should be appro­priately centered and spaced on the title page:

Thesis titleStudents grade technology using SMS

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If the thesis is failed (i.e., receives grade 1), the Candidate has to submit a new thesis. This may be a corrected, redrafted version of the first one, or a completely new study, on a different topic. In such cases the title submission deadlines do not apply, the student my attempt the Final Examination in the next examination period ( 82.§ (1)). Since from a legal perspective the thesis forms part of the Final Examination the submission of the thesis for a given degree course may be attempted three times, i.e., twice ( 82.§). An accepted thesis may not be rewritten for a better grade.

The main takeaway of all this? If the title sounds sexy, let the reader beware!
I submitted my PhD thesis in September 2010 and passed the viva on 24th November 2010. A PDF of the final thesis is available by clicking on the title page below:The title page is the first page of a written work, often showing information about the work, such as the author, title, course, supervisor, department and date. A good title page clearly conveys what the work is and by whom it was written. A large font size and simple layout will increase the visibility of the important features of the title page.The title page is the first page of a written work, often showing information about the work, such as the author, title, course, supervisor, department and date. A good title page clearly conveys what the work is and by whom it was written. A large font size and simple layout will increase the visibility of the important features of the title page.The dissertation title is your first opportunity to let the reader know what your dissertation is about. With just a few words, the title has to highlight the purpose of the study, which can often include its context, outcomes, and important aspects of the research strategy adopted. But a poorly constructed title can also mislead the reader into thinking the study is about something it is not, confusing them from the very start.
To center content of the title page and still use -margins for the thesis, use the :

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As far as page numbering goes, there are four sections to your dissertation:

Title page

Your title page should have no number.

Preamble

The preamble is everything between the Title page and the Introduction:

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Thesis Title List – Fall 2010 Thesis/Ed.S

The dissertation title is an ideal opportunity to tell the reader and academic supervisor what your research is focused on. You will need it to be explicit, concise, on topic, descriptive, and representative of the research topic you have undertaken. More likely than not, there will be a required format for the title page in your research discipline, it is advisable to check how a title page is constructed at your institution, it may be best to check with your supervisor and locate previously written title pages by fellow students. I have written three dissertations during my time spent in education and the illustration below shows how I constructed my dissertation title page;

What the front cover (hard cover) and the title page should look like is illustrated below.

Thesis Titles; Conservation Sciences Graduate Program

A thesis title is the first thing a reader encounters upon picking up your paper. It should provide a concise view of the topic your paper addresses, as well as give a sense of your approach to the issue. Titles need to be crafted carefully and might change many times over the course of writing a thesis paper, as the focus of your writing shifts and you tease out different nuances of the subject. Give yourself a chance to make a positive first impression with your title by making it a descriptive representative of your overall work.