Theses + Dissertations
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.
For a short list of recent dissertation submissions, click here.
Guide to submitting your thesis or dissertation
Depending on your program, you will be required to complete a submit a final paper. Formatting and style guidelines are at the discretion of your program director or program chair.
Tuttleman Library requires an electronic copy of theses and dissertations in PDF format for the institutional repository. A record will be created and added to the library catalog, six to eight weeks after reception. Materials will only be made available to researchers with permission from the author. Bound materials will be processed and added to the library stacks to be used in-house or shared with the approval of the author. Materials are bound at the expense of the author at their choice binder or using Thesis on Demand.