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Most Masters’ and PhD theses in the College of Washington are divided by subject and could be looked while using UW Libraries Catalog.
Theses can also be found online through the Proquest Dissertations Theses (PQDT) database. Click above to learn more.
Most Masters’ and PhD theses in the College of Washington are divided by subject and could be looked while using UW Libraries Catalog. Cataloged theses will also be on the Engineering Library New Books List a few days they become available. (Note: It generally takes from 6 several weeks to some year in the date of submittal for any dissertation or thesis to be included to the UW Libraries Catalog and become provided for take a look at. If you want a UW thesis that isn’t indexed by the catalog, please call us so we can attempt to hurry the product with the cataloging process.)
Theses might be browsed by subject within the UW Libraries Catalog using the genre/form browse lists. Theses receive genre/form headings like the following examples.
Theses can also be browsed within the Engineering General Stacks (3rd or fourth floor). Theses are assigned call figures based on their area of interest. Most Engineering theses are available in the Engineering Library using the following call figures: