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Pace Dissertations and Theses

Dissertations and theses completed at Pace can by found in print, on microfilm, in the databases and the digital commons. Use the tabs and boxes on this page for guidance. Or contact a librarian for assistance.

Dissertations and Theses in Databases

Dissertations and Theses in Print

The Pace Library has a collection of theses in print on reserve at the circulation desk. Unless you know the name of the author or title, search the catalog by call number: "DPS" for Doctor of Professional Studies programs, "MS" for Master's of Science programs or "PSYD" for Psychology. 

Click in the box, type the Call Number you want then press SEARCH :

Dissertations and Theses on Microfilm

Older dissertations and theses, from about the mid-1980's back, are kept on microfilm. To find these search the library catalog by keywords with "microfilm" and "thesis" in the "notes" field and the name of the program in the "any field" or "subject" field.

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Digital Commons

Students who wish may have their dissertations and theses included in the Digital Commons at Pace, the institutional repository for scholarly works produced by the Pace University community.

Digital Commons Consent Form