Borrowing a thesis or dissertation held at a non-UNC library: UNC-Chapel Hill students, staff, and faculty can request a dissertation or thesis held at another library through UNC's Interlibrary Loan Service.
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.).
For theses written before 1994 consult the printed Concordia University Thesis Directory (1967-1996).
Choose the default Keyword search tab in the catalogue and enter the words "concordia" and "theses" and add topical keywords.
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.
There is usually a master copy in Special Collections in the Vanier Library and one circulating copy at the Webster Library. Search the library catalogue 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 the library catalogue. For a complete list, choose the Subject search tab from the library catalogue main page and enter "Dissertations, Academic." You will find references to bibliographies and indexes of theses by subject, university and country.
Trove includes theses at all levels, including Ph D, masters and honours.
Trove - Australian digital theses A pre-defined search which limits the results to online Australian theses only.