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Academic theses

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    • Academic theses
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    • us: Academic dissertations
    • us: Bachelor's theses
    • us: Diploma theses
    • us: Dissertations, Academic
    • us: Doctoral dissertations
    • us: Doctoral theses
    • us: Graduate dissertations
    • us: Graduate theses
    • us: Honors theses
    • us: Honours theses
    • us: Licentiate dissertations
    • us: Licentiate theses
    • us: Master's dissertations
    • us: Master's theses
    • us: Ph. D. dissertations
    • us: Ph. D. theses
    • us: Senior projects
    • us: Senior theses
    • us: Theses, Academic
    • us: Undergraduate theses
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    • found: Reitz, J.M. ODLIS : online dictionary for library and information science, via WWW, July 24, 2014 (thesis: A proposition advanced and defended in a formal disputation, especially by a candidate in partial fulfillment of university requirements for a master's degree; Master's theses. Compare with dissertation; dissertation: A lengthy, formal written treatise or thesis, especially an account of scholarly investigation or original research on a specialized topic, submitted to a university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Ph.D. degree.)
    • found: Genre terms : a thesaurus for use in rare book and special collections cataloging, via WWW, July 24, 2014 (Academic dissertations. UF Dissertations, academic; Theses)
    • found: Görlach, M. An alphabetical list of English text types, in Text types and the history of English, c2004: p. 40 (dissertation) p. 83 (thesis: dissertation (for university degree))
    • found: Wikipedia, July 24, 2014 (Thesis. A thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author's research and findings. In some contexts, the word "thesis" or a cognate is used for part of a bachelor's or master's course, while "dissertation" is normally applied to a doctorate, while in other contexts, the reverse is true. Dissertations and theses may be considered as grey literature; Master's theses; PhD theses; doctoral theses; senior theses; academic thesis; bachelor's thesis; diploma thesis; master thesis; undergraduate thesis; bachelors thesis; licentiate dissertation; graduate thesis or dissertation; academic dissertation; doctoral dissertation; senior projects)
    • found: LCSH (Dissertations, Academic. UF Academic dissertations; Theses)
    • found: Shoup, K. What can you do with a major in business?, 2005: contents (Graduating with honors : writing your senior thesis)
    • found: Rein, B.W. An analysis and critique of the Union financing of the Civil War, 1962 (series: Amherst College honors thesis)
    • found: Roberts, D.S. Why we don't vote, 2009: t.p. (University of Tennesee Honors Thesis Projects)
    • found: Ludescher, C.M. Perceived meanings of "ecologically sustainable development" within the CRC Reef Research Centre, 1996: t.p. (Thesis by Claudia Maria Ludescher in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Applied Science - Environment Studies with Honours)
    • found: Gurr, L.M. Nelson Lodge, 1995: t.p. (A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), University of Sydney)
    • found: Wilkinson, R. The prefects, 1964: t.p. (An undergraduate honours thesis presented to the Government Department, Harvard University, in the spring of 1961)
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