CYBR 780 - Design and Operations for Cyber Human Systems

This is a research guide for masters level students enrolled in CYBR 780 - Design and Operations for Cyber Human Systems on the Salina Campus

Library Research Guide

Choosing a Master's Research Topic

Selecting a research topic is an important decision for graduate students. Here are some tips that may help you with selecting a research topic:

  1. Follow your passion: Consider a topic that you are passionate about. It will be easier to stay motivated and engaged in your research if you have a personal interest in the topic.

  2. Consider your strengths and expertise: Choose a topic that aligns with your strengths and expertise. This will make it easier for you to conduct research, and you will be more likely to produce quality work.

  3. Review the literature: Conduct a thorough review of the literature in your field. Look for gaps in the existing research that you can fill with your own research.

  4. Seek advice from your advisor: Consult with your advisor or mentor for advice on selecting a research topic. They can provide valuable insights based on their experience and expertise.

  5. Consider the feasibility: Choose a topic that is feasible within the scope of your resources and timeline. Consider the availability of data, research participants, funding, and other necessary resources.

It's also important to consider the impact of your research. As you weigh your options, choose a topic that has the potential to contribute to the existing knowledge base, and that can benefit society in some way.

Overall, selecting a research topic is an important decision that requires careful consideration. By following these tips, you can increase your chances of selecting a topic that is both meaningful and feasible.

Brainstorming Topics