Answered By: Carolyn F. Norman Last Updated: Mar 19, 2018 Views: 249
Theses from the National University are not available electronically. The first copy of a thesis is held by the awarding department. A second copy may have been deposited in the National University Library as part of the special collections which do not circulate, but may be viewed at the library in San Diego.
If there is a third copy it will be available for check out. To see if the library has a copy available for check out, start by checking the library catalog. Go to the library home page click Advanced Search and type NU Thesis in the top box and click search.
Examples of theses or dissertations from other universities may be seen in the ProQuest Dissertations and Theses module.
Full text of graduate publications are included, along with 24-page previews. The document text is accessible, after indicating agreement with the terms of copyright.
Automatic citations are available (how to cite a dissertation), as are the ProQuest e-mail features--send a publication to your e-mail as you would any other ProQuest document.
National University ID and password are required for access to this database.