Theses & Dissertations
How to Find Theses and Dissertations
TTU Theses and Dissertations
Our collection of Texas Tech's theses and dissertations is divided into electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) and print theses and dissertations. Theses and dissertations submitted to the Graduate School after January 1, 2005 are only available electronically. Most of the older print theses and dissertations collection is also available in the online collection.
Electronic Theses & Dissertations
Search and browse the TTU Electronic Theses and Dissertation collection.
Print Theses & Dissertations
Find print theses and dissertations in the Library catalog.
Faculty Recitals, Student Thesis and Dissertation Performances, and more
Find and stream Texas Tech faculty recitals, graduate student recitals, Madrigal Dinners, and other performance recordings.
These audio performances are accessible via eRaider login from the University Library website on your computer or mobile device.
Have a listen at Stream Audio & Video Experience (SAVE).
Theses and Dissertations from Other Institutions
Find theses and dissertations from around the world through the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database. These include citations and the full text of dissertations and theses from participating universities.
Theses and Dissertations at the TTU Graduate School
Please read important information below and then click on the ETD Collection linkThe General Rules of the University requires every post-graduate student to submit two final, corrected copies of the dissertation or research report or thesis in a printed format as well as a final, corrected copy in electronic format.
The availability of Wits theses and dissertations electronically will undoubtedly lead to increased visibility of the institution internationally.The advantages and attraction of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) include the following:
By creating ETDs students can use more innovative approaches, as well as print on paper, including audio, video, hypertext, multimedia and hypermedia.Access to graduate research information is enhanced by making it available to researchers on the Internet (ETDs are accessed ten to a hundred times more than the paper copy).
Collaboration between research programmes can be promoted at separate universities by making research work visible and accessible via a network archive.The costs of submitting and handling theses and dissertations will be reduced.
The theses and dissertations will be available 24 hours a day and are never checked out of the library.For any help with ETD questions you might have, please contact Library Education & Training
ETD Submission Form
Copyright Ownership Is Guided By The University's
Intellectual Property policy
Students submitting a Thesis or Dissertation must be aware of current copyright issues. Both for the protection of your original work as well as the protection of another's copyrighted work, you should follow all current copyright law.