Answered By: Eliot Boden Last Updated: May 19, 2015 Views: 225
Yes, Webster University Library has print copies of theses and dissertations written by Webster University students. Many of the theses collection cannot be checked out; they must stay in the library, but in some cases we have a second copy that can be checked out. They are shelved in the lower level of the library.
We also have a database called Dissertations & Theses @ Webster University, which contains Webster doctoral dissertations and masters level theses submitted summer, 2005 to the present. Webster faculty, staff, and students may view the full text for free.
Many Webster Graduate degees do not require students to write a theses. If you are interested in theses or dissertations written by students at other institutions, you may search the Dissertations & Theses: Abstract & Index database. Some of these records may link to the full-text of the document and some may allow you to preview the first 20+ pages. If the full-text is not avaialable online, the library may be able to borrow it for you. Contact a Librarian for help.
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