We have the necessary skills, knowledge, and experience to complete virtually any master- or doctoral-level order.
The burden of properly formatting the manuscript is entirely the responsibility of the student.
For all other needs, please contact the graduate division. Where do I submit my manuscript? To submit your manuscript electronically click on the link and follow the steps: To submit your manuscript in paper you must schedule an appointment in Special Collections on the 5th floor of the Langson Library.
Paper Manuscript Consultation Request Page. What should I expect after submission? The Library Archives will send a verification e-mail stating your submission has been received and is under review. This e-mail confirms the initial submission has been received, it is not the final approval.
If your submission requires any changes you will receive an email explaining the changes that need to be made and you will need to resubmit your thesis or dissertation through the same link above. A response regarding the outcome of your review approved or revise and resubmit may take an additional two business days to receive.
How do I learn more about the submission process?
Please review the steps for graduate requirements in the following links:The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global database is the largest single repository of graduate dissertations and theses.
It includes million works, with deposits from universities in 88 countries. You can find a full listing of other dissertation databases in SearchWorks. The Library holds selected student dissertations and projects that have been provided by the faculties as examples of good practice (the actual grades awarded are confidential).
|Theses & dissertations | Library Services | Open University||As such, the university requires graduate students to make electronic copies of their completed theses and dissertations ETDs available to the general public. The following also outlines submission procedures for theses.|
Title (Unpublished doctoral dissertation/Master's thesis). Institution issuing degree, City, Country. Institution issuing degree, City, Country.
For a thesis available through a database service, such as ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database, include the name of the database and the accession or order number in the reference.
You can submit a request to view a print copy of a dissertation in the Special Collections & University Archives department (library use only). The SearchWorks record will indicate if there is a circulating print copy that you can check out.
This guide provides information on locating, borrowing, and purchasing doctoral dissertations. If you are unable to locate dissertations using these instructions, ask a librarian in any USC library for assistance.
This guide provides information on locating, borrowing, and purchasing doctoral. Rutgers Doctoral dissertations and Master's theses have generally been treated like books, that is, cataloged and shelved in the appropriate library (e.g., music to Music Library, most social sciences and humanities to Alexander Library, Camden graduate programs to Robeson Library, etc.).