Note that all paragraphs of the main body, including those that fall under subsections of a larger section, still maintain the pattern of indentation, use Times New Roman font, 12 pt., and are double-spaced.
There are no extra lines or spaces between paragraphs and headings.
First level The first level of heading is bolded and centered, and the first letter of each word in the heading is capitalized.
The paragraph text should be typed on the following line and indented five spaces from the left.
Fourth level The fourth level of heading is bolded, italicized, indented five spaces from the left, and followed by a period.
Sample Masters Dissertation - Apa Heading Levels Research Paper
Fifth level The fifth level of heading is italicized, indented five spaces from the left, and followed by a period.
If you’re writing a dissertation chapter that has five main sections, each of those sections would get a level one heading.
Now, say one of your sections has two sub-sections.
Always start with a level one heading and drill down to the last subsection possible (five) in order as seen below.
Proper title case is using both uppercase and lowercase letters in a title.