Writing a master's thesis, project or dissertation is a remarkable achievement: it demonstrates your ability to investigate, develop, and synthesize materials in a formal, scholarly work. The last step in the process is publishing your work on CSUSB ScholarWorks, the university’s online repository. Once published, your work will be available worldwide and will contribute to your discipline’s body of research. (You may restrict access to your document to the CSUSB community if you wish.)
Graduate Studies’ role in this process is to assist you with your final document’s publication on ScholarWorks and to ensure you follow the university’s format for graduate theses, projects, and dissertations. Please click on the links below for details:
- Graduate Student Research and IRB Policy
- Thesis, Project, and Dissertation Formatting
- Deadlines and Review Process
- Thesis Workshops
All graduate theses, projects, and dissertations follow the thesis formatting guidelines, with the exception of the M.A. in Mathematics.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about the process: (909) 537-5058; firstname.lastname@example.org We are here to support you!