(If you are completing a doctoral dissertation, please visit the Doctoral Programs Library Guide.)
A thesis is a special publication of work related to study and research for an advanced degree. The University requires that a print and an electronic copy of your thesis be deposited in the Lawrence Tech Library to be retained as a permanent record of accomplishment. Please adhere to the following guidelines for the publishing of your thesis.
Subsequent pages should follow the department standard or template.
Master's Theses prepared by Lawrence Tech students are "On Reserve" in the LTU library. Search for them in TechCat+ by title or author. Find a list of theses by doing a subject search:
Go to the TechCat Advanced Search Page. Change the box label to "Subject" and paste the subject heading from the above list into the search box. Be sure to delete "su:".
See examples below:
If you have questions regarding paper quality, binding, library requirements, etc., please contact the library prior to printing your copies. Once the copies are printed you may make an appointment to bring them in by calling 248.204.3000 or emailing email@example.com. To ensure binding in a particular month, please deliver the printed copies to the library the Thursday BEFORE the scheduled pick-up date. The turn-around time for binding has been 4-5 weeks, but is subject to change.