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This collection is NOT comprehensive. MTSU master's theses in this collection are mostly from 2013-2015, with a handful published between 1982 and 2012. Dissertations in this collection were published between 1972 and 2015.
The MTSU library catalog also lists MTSU Honors College theses in print published through 2015.
Need an example of how to write a thesis. Check out the theses below from MTSU and other universities. These databases are multidisciplinary and contain dissertations and theses from universities in the United States and around the world.
You can also find the "print" copies of MTSU theses and dissertations in the library on the fourth floor in Special Collections. It is open only for the following hours.
Long-term appointments are tailored to your specific writing goals and allow you to work at the same time each week with the same tutor so you can really mark your progress. Long-term appointments are reserved for students working on specific goals or projects, including the following:
Theses or dissertations
Creative projects such as novels, collections of short stories or poetry, graphic novels/comics, etc.
Preparing for tests like the GRE, PRAXIS, LSAT, etc.
Generalized writing goals like improving grammar usage.
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