Theses + Dissertations
Thesis/Final Project/Capstone/Dissertation Requirements
Some Gratz College graduate level programs require a thesis (6 credits), or a final project (3 credits). The thesis or final project is prepared under the supervision of a designated advisor. A capstone assignment may be required at the graduate level to complete the program requirements.
For the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, doctoral students are required to complete a dissertation (9 credits) and consists of a concept paper, proposal, and the dissertation project.
For the Ph.D. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, doctoral students are required to complete a dissertation (6 credits) and consists of a dissertation proposal and a dissertation project. The dissertation is prepared under the supervision of the dissertation chair and committee.
Recent Student Titles
Listed is a small selection of theses and dissertation submissions.
Alexander, Shelley. "Crucial Friends as Professional Lifelines: The International Research Group on Jewish Education in the Early Years", MEd
Greenberg, Sara V. "Teachers’ Perceptions of an Online, Role-Playing Simulation Game for Teaching Jewish History", EdD
Perazzelli, Ann. "The Prevalence of Impostor Phenomenon in Women Administrators in Higher Education", Ed,D
Sneiderman, Eleizer. “Paradigms of Jewish Education: Jonathan Woocher and the History of Research of Jewish American Education”, EdD
Cole, Leslie. “Charitable Giving and the Joint Distribution Committee: American Jewry Responds to the Holocaust”, MA HGS
Felman, Jan. "The Cancellation of the Max Stern—Düsseldorf to Montreal Art exhibition: A Starting Point for a Discussion of Holocaust Art Restitution Issues in Germany", MA HGS
Snyder, Brittany. "Foĉa: The Use And Prosecution Of Rape During And Following The War In Bosnia", MA HGS