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To find theses from specific years, click "Enter a specific date range" on the left side of the screen, or click one of the columns representing years.There are two options for locating theses on a specific topic.The database will open on the Advanced Search screen.

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Hover on the E-Resources tab at the top of the page and select Databases.

This will direct you to the Medical Library's Databases page.

Theses were submitted in print through the beginning of 2012.

From mid-2012 on, GMS theses have been submitted electronically.

At this time, electronic theses are NOT reliably searchable within the BU Library catalog: they are listed there, but searches can only be limited to theses/dissertations in general, not specifically to GMS theses.

(Search for a title or keyword, then limit to "Dissertations" on the left hand side of the screen: this will filter results to all theses or dissertations in the catalog, from any BU school or department as well as other institutions.) GMS theses can be specifically located either in BU's digital repository, Open BU, or in the Pro Quest Dissertations and Theses database.

BU Dissertation Template (last modified: November 6, 2013) BU Dissertation Template Instructions (last modified: October 30, 2013) For those of you working in La Te X: the Math Department has graciously made a La Te X template available; and BU Engineering has made another La Te X template available for MS theses and Ph D dissertations. We are unable to provide La Te X-specific help, but this should get you started.

Return to GMS Portal This page is a reference tool for locating electronic GMS theses in Open BU and the Pro Quest Dissertations and Theses database.

Feedback on the template is welcome: we’re always looking to improve it.

Please email Eleni Castro with any words of constructive wisdom.


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