The most important part in the structure of coursework is chapters. The number is from two to four, but there may be more chapters. Usually each chapter solves one of the tasks set in the introduction, i.e. the number of chapters is equal to the number of tasks. Chapters can be broken down into paragraphs. For coursework, this partitioning is often not only desirable, but also necessary the detailed structure of the coursework makes a positive impression on teachers.
If there are a lot of tasks in the introduction, sometimes not chapters are entirely oriented towards them, but paragraphs, i.e. the number of paragraphs is equal to the number of tasks. The first chapter of the course work is usually purely theoretical. But the second, third and subsequent are different. In general, the structure of the course, as a rule, repeats the structure of the diploma. Therefore, for disciplines one way or another related to business (for coursework in economics, marketing, management, accounting, etc.), the second chapter (analytical) is devoted to the analysis of a company or industry, a certain problem is identified and described The third chapter (design) proposes a solution to the problem found.
Such is the structure of coursework with practice. Conclusion along with the introduction of a mandatory part of the structure of the course work. Here are the answers to all the tasks set in the introduction, a general conclusion is made, and a conclusion is reached on achieving the goal of the course. So, the task is to write the course. And, it seems, they even wrote, they did it. But the course, in addition to being written, must also be passed. And sometimes coursework is also required to protect! But all this later, first pass. Here comes to the fore the problem of design. The appearance of a term paper is much more serious than it might seem at first glance. There are a lot of cases when the manager wrapped up the work without reading just by looking at the appearance. With diplomas, this almost does not happen, and coursework, it would seem, for the mere formalities, “wrap” very often.