Doctoral dissertations, theses, MBA (Master of Business Administration) research papers, Creative Arts Therapies research papers and major reports from the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering are treatises or reports presented by students as a condition for the award of a graduate degree.
Concordia Libraries have a copy of almost every thesis submitted to the University. The master copy is kept in Special Collections at the Vanier Library along with any available non-print components (film, slides, etc.). In most cases, a circulating copy or a microfiche copy is also available in the Webster or Vanier Libraries. In addition, electronic copies of Concordia dissertations and theses published since 1967 can be downloaded.
Choose the Author search tab in CLUES and enter the name of the student who wrote the thesis.
Choose the Title search tab in CLUES and enter the title of the thesis you are looking for.
For theses written from 1994 to the present, choose the Author search tab in CLUES and enter the words concordia university followed by the name of the Department or Programme.
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Note that this may also retrieve other types of documents published by the Department or Programme.
Choose the default Keyword search tab in CLUES and enter the words "concordia" and "theses" and add topical keywords.
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If you are uncertain about your search strategy, ask for help at the Reference Desk.
It is not possible to purchase theses from Concordia University Libraries. ProQuest is the current vendor for our theses. Consult the following webpage for ordering information:
Concordia University MBA research papers are written by Concordia students in partial fulfillment for the following degrees: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Business Administration, Airline and Aviation Option (AMBA), and Master of Business Administration, Executive Option (EMBA). There is usually a master copy in Special Collections in the Vanier Library and one circulating copy at the Webster Library. These are all listed in CLUES.
Search CLUES by author, title or topic as explained previously. Please note that it is not possible to limit your search for papers from a specific programme option (EMBA, AMBA), but the programme option is displayed in the research paper record in CLUES.
The list below is selective. For a complete list, choose the Subject search tab from the CLUES main page and enter "Dissertations, Academic." You will find references to bibliographies and indexes of theses by subject, university and country.
If the thesis you are looking for is not in CLUES or is not freely available in ProQuest Dissertations & Theses or in Theses Canada, you can request an interlibrary loan (ILL) whereby we will attempt to obtain a copy from another library. You may also purchase a copy of a thesis online through ProQuest Dissertations & Theses.
To obtain more information or to place an interlibrary loan request, consult the Interlibrary Loans page.