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The very last major assignment that you will be expected to complete towards earning your degree is usually known as a dissertation. If it is done exceptionally well and you are a good student, you may be able to graduate with honors and have your pick of jobs at the end of the process. If it is done poorly, you may need to start all over again and keep doing it over until you reach at least a satisfactory level of quality according to your supervisory committee. Half of the battle comes down to picking the right topic but the following tips can help you be more creative in this as well:
Some of these may have topics that you can revise to come up with a much better project than the original author.
This can help you by providing a second opinion. Often we think we have great ideas but are wrong.
Waiting for the last minute makes you pick lesser ideas than you would have otherwise.
With all of the above in mind you might be able to start brainstorming a topic or two that resembles those we have listed for you below:
As with any field, there will be changes as the concepts of right, wrong and normal evolve over time. Countless examples over the history of mankind will attest to this. Your dissertation need not be timeless, it is fair to settle for it being current.