Articulate the thesis argument by integrating its elements (main claim and sub-claims; reasons; evidence; anticipated challenges or questions and their responses) into a coherent and cohesive document. The thesis argument should read like an essay of one to two pages in length

the initial draft research question and thesis argument, more fully describing the question(s) you expect to address in the thesis and the significance of the problem. Specify the objectives you hope to achieve in conducting the research and indicate your anticipated findings or recommendations

The document should explain why the hypotheses or policy options are relevant to the field of Homeland Security Management and to the research question. Finally, the document should discuss how the hypotheses or options might be assessed in the thesis. What criteria will be used to evaluate the efficacy of policy options if implemented, and what empirical findings would confirm or refute the hypothesis