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    Lightbulb ayuda con mi "trabajo final de carrera"

    Hola! Soy un estudiante avanzado de Ingeniería en Telecomunicaciones en Argentina. Estoy comenzando mi trabajo final de carrera (es algo similar a una tesis, pero no es una tesis) y tengo intenciones de hacerlo en inglés.

    Ya me topé con mi primer problema: no se cómo llamarlo. Como se traduciría o como se llama un "trabajo final de carrera" en inglés?
    Pensé en "Graduate Degree ..." (falta la parte de "trabajo" que no se como decirlo).

    Les agradezco de antemano por la ayuda!

    Saludos desde Córdoba!

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    Hola dupin:

    Tal vez la palabra que buscas seria "paper". Aqui en los Estados Unidos también dicímos "final paper" en cambio de "thesis".
    vicente

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    Muchas gracias Vicente!

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    I agree. Final paper sounds good if you don´t want to refer to it as a thesis. Dissertation can be used in some instances, but I believe that is something akin to a proposal that you have to defend. Not positive on that though. It does sound academic though.

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    I agree with Justin, though describing it as a "senior project" has come more into vogue over the past few years. And it sounds a bit more distinguished.

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    Thanks for the replies. I don't want to refer to it as a thesis and since I don't have to defend it I think dissertation is not appropriate.
    I like "senior project", really sounds distinguished.
    Is good to have some alternatives. I guess I will ask the director of the project which is more appropriate.
    Thanks again!

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