Thesis and Dissertation

Thesis and Dissertation

Thesis and Dissertation
ETDs (Electronic Theses and Dissertations)
Thesis and Dissertation

College of Graduate Studies ETD Process

The College of Graduate Studies coordinates the format review and final submission process for ETDs (Electronic Theses and Dissertations), establishes the university’s thesis and dissertation deadlines, and administers thesis and dissertation related policies.

All student resources related to the thesis and dissertation process, including information on how choose an adviser and committee, how to format your document, how to conduct the defense, and more, are located within the Thesis and Dissertation Webcourse. This FREE, non-credit webcourse is intended for students planning to complete a thesis or dissertation in the future, students already enrolled in thesis and dissertation hours, and even those who are undecided about a thesis or dissertation and just want to learn more!

Thesis and Dissertation students should also access the Thesis and Dissertation Services Site for the thesis and dissertation approval form, as well as the format review, format help, and final submission areas.

Faculty and staff can join the free, self-paced webcourse, How to Help Grad Students: Thesis and Dissertation, to learn more about the thesis/dissertation process in order to better help graduate students. See our Training page for additional information.

Finally answers to common ETD questions can be found on this site’s FAQ section.

The following map displays downloads of ETDs from the UCF Showcase of Text, Archives, Research & Scholarship (STARS). See UCF Graduate Theses and Dissertations in STARS for additional information.

Thesis and Dissertations Download Map

Email all thesis and dissertation process and policy questions to

Students can also find answers to common questions at this site’s FAQ section.

Formatting questions can be submitted to the Format Help section of the Thesis and Dissertation Services site.