The introduction describes other elements of the scientific process. These include, in particular, referring to what specific material the work was performed, its practical part. It also describes the main sources of information (official, scientific, literary, bibliographic), and also indicates the methodological basis of the study. At the end of the introductory part, it is desirable to reveal the structure of the work, i.e. give a list of its structural elements and justify the sequence of their location. The volume of introduction in the course work is usually no more than 4 pages of typewritten text. The main part of the course work may consist of 2-3 chapters, which can, in turn, be divided into paragraphs. The titles of chapters and paragraphs should not duplicate the title of the topic of the course work. Chapters and paragraphs must be correlated with each other in terms of the volume of material presented. Optimally equal volume ratio of sections and paragraphs. The volume of paragraphs should not exceed the volume of any of the chapters of the work. Headings of chapters and paragraphs should be concise and consistent with their content.
In the main part of the course work summarizes information from various literary sources on this topic, sets out a reasoned author’s approach to the considered concepts, points of view. In the works of practical orientation, there must necessarily be a chapter describing the techniques and techniques of a particular author’s research, and, in fact, the empirical research itself. Practical research methods depend on the discipline for which the work is written. Special guidelines and instructions for the student are provided by the department and supervisor. In the course work the practical part does not have to be extensive, but at the same time it must be such that the student can master practical, empirical, statistical, mathematical, diagnostic, etc. methods of specific science.
The conclusion contains a summary of conclusions on the topic of work. The conclusion should not be in the nature of a concise retelling of the whole work, it should contain the final results. This part plays the role of an ending due to the logic of the study, which is a form of synthesis accumulated in the main part of the work. This synthesis is a consistent, coherent presentation of the results obtained and their relation to a common goal and specific tasks set and formulated in the introduction. The final part assumes, as a rule, the presence of a generalized final assessment of the work done. It is important to indicate what its main meaning is, what important side scientific results have been obtained, what new scientific challenges arise in connection with the conduct of the research. In some cases, it becomes necessary to indicate ways to continue researching the topic, form and methods for its further study, as well as specific tasks that future researchers will have to solve in the first place.