A dissertation, or thesis, proposal research is a statement of intention given by a graduate student. It is a brief outline in 30 pages of a proposed research project that is presented to a dissertation committee for approval. Dissertation proposals encompass a large proportion of the actual work to be done and a good proposal may take months to write.
Writing the dissertation proposal gives a chance for students to focus on their research goals and allows for them to attain clarity about the needs and methods of the project and finally predict results. Sending a dissertation proposal research out for approval by the university’s dissertation committee becomes an often demoralizing process for students.
The reasons why approval is denied are endless… what you can do is minimize risks to make sure your research proposal is original and worthy of the research- that is the area of research proposal should matter significantly for the coming future whilst being worthy of the committee’s and your time and efforts.