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Capstones, Dissertations & Honors Projects

College of Liberal Arts Scholarship

Student scholarship from the College of Liberal Arts is available in the library's print collection or online in Digital Commons, Hamline's open access institutional repository. Most of the student scholarship in Digital Commons is available in full text.

Program Browse in Digital Commons Browse print collection
(Bush Library 3rd floor)
Departmental Honors Projects Browse Honors Projects
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25H
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) not available
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25M
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (MFA) not available
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25W
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults (MFAC) not available
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25Wc

 

School of Business Theses & Dissertations

Student theses and dissertations from the School of Business are available in the library's print collection or online in Digital Commons, Hamline's open access institutional repository. Most of the student scholarship in Digital Commons is available in full text.

Degree program Browse in Digital Commons Browse print collection
(Bush Library 3rd floor)
All School of Business theses and dissertations Browse all theses and dissertations
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25P
Doctorate of Public Administration (DPA) Browse DPA dissertations
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25Pd
Master of Arts in Management (MAM) not available
in Digital Commons
Call nos.begin with:
AS36 .H25Pm
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Browse MBA theses
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS26 .H25Pb
Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) Browse MNM theses
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25Pn
Master of Public Administration (MPA) Browse MPA theses
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25P

 

School of Education Capstones & Dissertations

Student capstones and dissertations from the School of Education can be found online in Digital Commons. Many capstones and dissertations from 2013 on are immediately accessible in electronic format. Print capstones and dissertation are available on the third floor of the library.

Search all capstones and dissertations

Browse capstones and dissertations

Degree program Browse in Digital Commons Browse print collection
(Bush Library 3rd floor)
All School of Education capstones and dissertations Browse all capstones and dissertations
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25E
Doctoral Degree in Education (EdD) Browse EdD dissertations
in Digital Commons

Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25Ed

Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) Browse MAEd capstones
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25E
Master of Arts in English as a Second Language (MAESL) Browse MAESL capstones
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25Es
Master of Arts in Literacy Education (MALED) Browse MALED capstones
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25El
Master of Arts in Education: Natural Science and Environmental Education (MAED: NSEE) Browse MAED: NSEE capstones
in Digital Commons
Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25En
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Browse MAT capstones
in Digital Commons

Call nos. begin with:
AS36 .H25BEt

 

Submit Your Capstone, Dissertation or Honors Project to the Library

The Library collects and preserves capstones, dissertations and honors projects. How to submit your scholarship to the library depends on your degree program:

College of Liberal Arts

Departmental Honors Projects
Details on submitting your honors project are available at the Departmental Honors page.
Creative Writing and Liberal Studies
Please follow these instructions.
 

School of Business

The School of Business has its own instructions on preparing and submitting abstracts. Contact the School of Business for more details.

School of Education

The School of Education has its own instructions on preparing and submitting abstracts. Please refer to Program Resources and Advising Information for instructions.