For examples of recently deposited theses and capstones, please follow this link.Thesis and capstone project advisers must be members of the Graduate Center faculty.Please consult the Library's instructions for preparing and depositing theses, which will explain the formatting expectations for the document.
Please note that the capstone project abstract must be reviewed and approved by the Executive Officer.
Please also consult the Library's instructions for preparing and depositing theses, which will explain deposit procedures and format guidelines.
The white paper must be submitted together with the capstone project so the department can review the project in its original medium (e.g.
For more information, please visit cuny.edu/hrpp and consult the following guidelines: In order to register for MALS 79000 through CUNYFirst, students need to obtain written confirmation from the faculty who will serve as adviser and forward the confirmation in an email to Kathy Koutsis ([email protected]), who will then issue a course override.
MALS 79000 is a 3-credit course and is different from the Thesis Workshop class, which is also three credits.