A number of students end up publishing part or all of their thesis in scholarly journals. Others present talks based on their research at conferences.
You may also be invited to present your research at the annual thesis symposium held each year in late May.
Your thesis will be preserved and shared using Harvard’s digital repository DASH (Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard), metadata about your thesis will be sent to HOLLIS (the Harvard Library catalog), and your thesis will be preserved in Harvard...
The thesis, which is a detailed written statement of the project, must include full citations, documentation, bibliography, and other scholarly devices as set forth in this online guide, and it must be prepared in an appropriate writing style.
Collectively, this research and the text prepared by you constitute the master’s thesis.
In general, 50 pages of text is the acceptable minimum length of a master’s thesis