Any easily readable standard type of font is acceptable. Fonts should be consistently at least 10-13.5 points throughout the document.
The text must be double-‐spaced; however, block quotations, footnotes, figure captions, table titles and notes, and individual citations in the references may be single-spaced. If single spacing of reference citations is chosen, then double space between each citation.
Tables should be uniformly titled and numbered at the top and figures captioned at the bottom. Tables and figures should be inserted following their first mention in the text, but no later than the page immediately following the mention.
Left-hand margins must be one and one-half inches. Top, bottom, and right margins should be one inch. This is particularly important if your department requires a bound copy, margin widths must be carefully observed to provide for adequate binding space. Students who will be binding will be asked to reprint if margins are not correct. See page 21 of the complete Master’s Thesis Guidelines for information and exact details on binding and printing.