Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Aug 02, 2018 Views: 136
The easiest way to access doctoral dissertations and theses is online through the library website database page. You can click the Dissertations and Theses button to see all relevant databases (including Korean language), or you can search directly for "dissertation."
Fuller library subscribes to Proquest's Dissertations and Theses Global database, the most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from US and around the world. Most full-text content is available beginning with 1997, but selected online dissertations are also available before 1997, and citation and abstracts go as far back as 1783.
You can also search for individual dissertation titles through a standard catalog search (WorldCat).
For even more online dissertation options view our finding dissertations and free online resource guides.
Fuller Seminary's Hubbard Library in Pasadena also has print dissertation resources. Non-Fuller and older dissertations are located within the main library collection stacks by call number (Basement A and B). Most Fuller Dissertations are cataloged under ZZ and are located in Basement B (to the left off the elevator). These print dissertations are searchable in the WorldCat library catalog.