NYU holds very few dissertations completed at other institutions.
For those dissertations which are not in our collection this guide also provides guidance on how to acquire or borrow copies.
A sample search: title = Spenser and the diction of allegory : some uses of wordplay in the Faerie Queene The online catalog does not offer an easy way to limit a subject search to master's theses.
There is no group subject heading or subheading like "theses" for them.
The Health Sciences Library has copies of the theses and dissertations completed in Health Affairs departments.
Some dissertations and theses are also located in the Library Service Center and can be requested through the Carolina BLU Campus Delivery Service.It is an open-access source that houses user-submitted theses and dissertations and also other works by instructors and researchers affiliated with UND-Chapel Hill.However, as it houses works besides theses and dissertation and is relatively new, it may not pull up older works.Contact the department, or, if there is one, the departmental library for information.Environmental Sciences and Engineering Master's level students in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering can opt for one of four tracks: a Master of Science degree, which requires a thesis; and the Master of Science in Public Health, Master of Public Health, and Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, which require a technical report.You can also use the Boolean Search feature of the Advanced UNC-CH Catalog to perform Keyword Searches for UNC theses.Conducting a Keyword Search for Theses Although most theses are in the online catalog, theses both before 1967 and after around 1990 have no subject headings.Theses are uploaded as digital copies to the Graduate School, and technical reports are uploaded to the Carolina Digital Repository.Public Administration Copies of the Master of Public Administration papers from 1976-1994 are in the North Carolina Collection.For copies of papers completed since 1994, contact the Manager of the Master of Public Administration Program (Knapp-Sanders Bldg., CB# 3330, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3330, Phone: 919-966-5381, Fax: 919-962-0654, Email Contact Form).UNC-Chapel Hill Master's Paper Collection Full-text copies of master's papers can be found: Undergraduate Honors Theses (through 2012) are in the North Carolina Collection.