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Thesis

Section 6.4 of the Graduate School Handbook

Document. A student pursuing the thesis option must submit a complete, written thesis document to the master’s examination committee. The thesis must conform to Graduate School format requirements as described in the “Graduate School Guidelines for Formatting Theses, Dissertations, and DMA Documents” available on the Graduate School website. The thesis must be approved by the master’s examination committee before the student takes the examination.

Approval. If the student satisfactorily completes the master’s examination and if the student presents an acceptable thesis, the master’s examination committee members indicate approval of the thesis by posting their decision on the Report on Final Document by the published deadline for the autumn or spring semester or summer term of graduation.

Restricted Material. Theses must not contain material that may never be allowed to be published. Students whose these contain material that can be published but requires a delay in public disclosure can request to delay public disclosure on OhioLINK (Ohio Library and Information Network). Please contact Graduation Services at the Graduate School for additional information.

Submission. The thesis must be submitted to the Graduate School by the published deadline for the autumn or spring semester or summer term of graduation. The final thesis must be submitted electronically as a PDF to OhioLINK, the Ohio Library and Information Network.