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Thesis, Dissertation

Are you looking for theses or dissertations to support your research?

Check out Locating Dissertations and Theses for search methods and best bets.

Are you a masters student looking for more information on Ferris' Thesis/Dissertation requirements?

All masters students at Ferris State University are required to submit one copy of their thesis to the collection before graduation.

To access theses submitted prior to 2013, search the library catalog using the keyword "Ferris thesis" or use the list below to view them alphabetically by author. Search FIR for theses submitted in 2013 or later.

The thesis collection is non-circulating, meaning you can access them electronically, in-person by visiting the Checkout Desk at FLITE for those placed on reserve, or by visiting the University Archives.

To learn more about the collection or set up an appointment, contact Melinda Isler, University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian.

Submitting your Thesis/Dissertation

Ferris State University places all graduate-level culminating experience project (theses, dissertations, or capstones) into the Ferris Institutional Repository to allow global access to the work. A student working on a publication, patent, grant, etc. based on his/her original work can restrict access for up to two years.

Undergraduate projects may also be included.

Thesis Collection

Alphabetically listed, includes all theses submitted before 2013; Last updated 10 January 2011