A List Of Compelling Dissertation Topics To Consider

Writing a dissertation requires a great deal of discipline, so as to motivate you and organize your time effectively whilst doing the work. Of course, in order to make it as easy as possible to develop the motivation to get the work done, it can be a good idea to choose a compelling topic to write about. Furthermore, some topics will be easier to research and write about - and therefore, potentially organize.

Ultimately, choosing a topic where there is a great deal of information can make it far easier to learn more about the topic, thus enabling you to write a detailed and informative piece of work more quickly and easily. Having said that, one of the drawbacks to using a popular topic is that it can be difficult to produce a unique piece of work - so it is important to use a balancing act, whereby you pick a topic that will be easy to write about, but not so common that it prevents your work and standing out from the crowd.

A good idea when it comes to picking a title for your work is to decide whether or not you think the work will be compelling. If you don’t think it will be compelling then that means that others might not to; furthermore, it will be very tedious to write the work if you are not interested in the title. To help you find an interesting title, there is a list of ideas below.

  1. What does the quote “Blessed are the meek” mean?
  2. Are there any symptoms that a computer might be infected with keylogging software?
  3. What was the most important invention of the 1920s?
  4. When David Hume said, “errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous”, what did he mean?
  5. How do doctors evaluate and decide upon the best course of action in a medical situation, including the use of surgery?
  6. Do you agree with the following quote by Augustine of Hippo, “love the sinner and hate the sin”?
  7. Discuss the different types of missile systems used by the US military
  8. “May the Force be with you” is a famous quote from Star Wars; is there any way in which it can be applied to real-life situations?
  9. How does keyboard capturing software work?
  10. The 1920s was known for the “Jazz Age” - can it be said that this particular decade is the most important in living memory when it comes to present-day musical styles and tastes?