King Abdullah I School of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research

Templates & Forms

Thesis/Dissertation Templates

You find below all used theses/Dissertation templates at PSUT. This includes the main body of PSUT M.Sc. thesis and Ph.D. dissertation templates, the main body of the joint program with GJU thesis template, Abstract in Arabic template and the appendices template.

The last item is a video that helps students deal with the word templates.

How to write a reference: Journal paper
  1. References are written alphabetically according to the family name of the first author.
  2. References are written as follows: Family name of first author, Initials of first author, same for other authors, & last author (year). Title of paper. Name of journal in italic, volume# (issue#), and pages.

For example:

Ali, M., & Treadue, J. (2016). A new technique for solving a signal processing problem. Journal of Multimedia, 50(3), 300-302.

How to write a reference: Conference paper

Conference papers are written in a similar way, however, 

  1. We add "In" before the name of the conference.
  2. The name of the conference should be italic.
  3. Pages numbers are preceded by pp. with parentheses.

For example,

 

Ali, M., & Treadue, J. (2016). A new technique for solving a signal processing problem. In International Conference on Communications (ICC), (pp. 300-302).

How to write a reference: Book

As before, however

  1. Title of book is italic.
  2. Publisher name replaces the journal title or the conference name.
  3. We can also add the country/city of the publisher before the name of the publisher.

For example:

Duncan, G. J., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (Eds.). (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.