On the title page include the following mid-page below the title and author name:
A culminating [thesis or capstone project report] submitted to the faculty of Dominican University of California in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of [degree name] in [major]
Add this statement to the top of the advisor's page:
This [thesis or capstone project paper], written under the direction of the candidate's thesis advisor and approved by the department chair, has been presented to and accepted by teh department of [department name] in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of [degree name]. The content and research methodologies presented in this work represent the work of the candidate alone.
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Your thesis must include a table of contents and, when applicable, a list of tables and a list of figures, each on a separate page with the appropriate lowercase Roman numeral at the bottom center. For disciplines where the use of illustrations or plates is the convention, the list of figures may be modified accordingly.
Likewise, a list of abbreviations may also be appropriate for certain disciplines and can be included with the introductory pages described here. Please refer to your style guide for formatting specifications for the table of contents and other subsequent front matter. Prior to submitting your thesis, make sure to double check that the page numbers listed in the table of contents, list of tables, and list of figures correspond with the material presented in your thesis.
If you are asked to make revisions within your thesis, make sure to check that the page numbers listed in the front matter are still correct. Any headings, subheadings, or titles listed in the front matter must match exactly with those that appear within the thesis.
If you have included tables of data and/or figures (graphs, images, charts) you should also include a List of Tables and on a separate page a List of Figures. See more about Tables and Figures under the Thesis Body tab.
An acknowledgments page includes a short paragraph acknowledging those people who helped and supported you through the thesis process. It's an nice way to say "Thank you".
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