After you have the draft thesis approved, it is necessary that you start with the construction of the final thesis document that will be delivered to your juries and later sustained.

At this point it is necessary that you have clarity of the specific objectives that you drew, because the quantity and content of the chapters to be developed in the thesis depends on them. Generally there are three objectives that result in three chapters, however, they can be more depending on the subject.

Although there is no rigid structure for the construction of the thesis, it is possible to find generalities that are similar in all undergraduate research projects, which, if clearly known, can allow the student to define clear and concise goals. , and finish your process quickly, professionally and with good results.

The general structure of a research work follows the following steps:

  1. Define the idea of research: identify the problem to be treated, as well as select the specific topic, the objectives and the title.
  2. Pose the problem: characterize the problem, formulate the research questions and justify the development of the study.
  3. Build the referential framework: select theories, investigative background, concepts and laws if required by the subject investigated.
  4. Establish the methodology: define the type and approach of research, establish what information is required and how it will be obtained, in addition to the procedure to be followed in the investigation.
  5. v). Collect, process and analyze the information: develop the content of the investigation; Here we proceed to obtain the information and to manipulate it according to the methodology used in order to comply with the objectives.
  6. Present the results: build the final thesis document with its respective chapters.
  7. Conclude the study: finalize the study by mentioning its key points in the form of conclusions and recommendations.

Although the content of each part differs between the different types of research, the aforementioned structure is what you must take into account before starting with your thesis.

Here are some practical examples for you to learn to raise the chapters of your thesis according to the topic you selected.

In the upper part (gray) the subject is presented and in the following boxes the suggested chapters.

Additionally, be sure to present the chapters so that you go from the general to the particular, that is, you start with the most general aspects of the topic and end up always presenting the specific results of the study object.

Remember to use an academic but simple language; and at the end it is advisable to make a general review of the document so that it is free of plagiarism, spelling, grammar and drafting errors, and also that it fits the format required in your university.