As a final assignment and to mark the completion of their lectures, students must submit a scientific research report in the format of master Thesis Proposal and master Thesis. Master Thesis is an independent scientific piece of writing being results of legal research conducted by students. It is compulsory and non-substitutable in obtaining the Master of Laws Degree.
Students who wish to undertake master thesis writing in a semester must first ensure that they must input thesis writing in their Study Plan for the semester, and has passed or currently taking Research Methodology in the same semester he or she wishes to write master thesis.
In order to provide students with information regarding master thesis writing, guidelines on the making of research proposal and master thesis are required. The guidelines will encompass mostly on the writing method of the research proposal and master thesis. Students are expected to adhere with the guidelines, mostly to ensure that there is uniformity in thesis writing and that students may complete their study within the determined study period.