This is our final guide on microbiology that teaches you how you can write a perfect dissertation paper. We have included methodologies, as well as outlines and structures of a formal dissertation paper, which a professor seeks in your composition. Reading this guide, and following everything we have discussed will allow you to write an excellent dissertation on microbiology. But to make the most out of our guide, we recommend you to read all our guides thoroughly. Here is why:
Reading our first guide, 10 facts for dissertation on microbiology, fills you with adequate information on microbiology that you can further use in your dissertation paper.
Without credible facts, and resources (available in this guide), your dissertation paper wouldn’t weigh as it should and chances are, it would be rejected by your professor or just receive a lower mark.
On the other hand, our second guide, 20 microbiology dissertation topics, reveals 20 relevant sub-topics on microbiology. This guide allows you to start composing your dissertation paper quickly. We recommend you to read this one as well.
With that being said, let’s talk about how to write a good dissertation on Microbiology:
Composing a Dissertation Paper
A dissertation is one of the most challenging and rewarding tasks a student ever accomplishes in college/university. That’s because the dissertation requires a thorough research, planning, and understanding of the topic you’re writing on.
Unlike other essays and assignments, dissertation allows you to choose your own topic. Normally, the university would give you six – eight weeks (sometimes four weeks) to complete the paper, along with some specific guidelines to be followed. But generally speaking, here is how a dissertation is structured:
- Research Proposal or Introduction
- Literature Review and Methodologies
- Results and Discussion/Conclusion
Here is how each section of the structure should be written:
Research Proposal or Introduction
This is one of the most important parts of your dissertation. If you want to impress your professor, you should write an informative introduction/research proposal. In this section, you’ll present how you’re going to explore and define the particular topic you have chosen. It will also contain some information as to why you chose that particular subject, for example, immunobiology and why you think there’s a need to write a paper on this topic. You will also discuss how you have gone through the whole dissertation – similar to giving a tour through your paper.
We recommend you to put this part in the end of your dissertation.
Literature Review and Methodologies
Literature review and methodology are often combined. Writing a literature review is fairly easy. You explain the substantial facts, viewpoints and your understanding on the topic.
In simple words, you’re actually giving an analysis of your dissertation to the reader.
In methodologies section, you’ll explain why you’ve chosen quantitative or qualitative methods, or sometimes both. You will also describe the research methods you have chosen and used in your dissertation.
Results and Discussions/ Conclusion
Here, you will explain the process of the research and experiments you have run, and the results you obtained from your tests. In simple words, you will summarize the whole purpose of writing a dissertation paper on your chosen topic, and what you have obtained from it in the end.
That’s it. Following this short guideline will surely improve your understanding of writing a dissertation paper on microbiology. But to make it even more stellar, we recommend you to proofread and edit your content before submitting it to your professor.