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Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Graduate Student Resources: Theses & Dissertations

Other people's theses and dissertations

Digital format

You can search for dissertations and theses via two databases.

Print format

Master’s theses completed by John Jay College students are shelved on the lower floor of the library at  LD 2602. J3.  

Browse the shelves, or, identify dissertations by searching OneSearch with keywords like these:
thesis AND forensic      
thesis AND dna AND john jay college  
thesis AND cybersecurity AND john jay college  


Your thesis

Electronic (digital) submission of theses

Graduate students must submit theses electronically, both to ProQuest (a thesis and dissertation database) and CUNY Academic Works (the university's institutional repository). Guidelines for electronic submission can be found here.

Sample thesis document pages. Be sure to include all elements for your title page. Note: No signatures must be submitted electronically; include only typed name of advisors/directors.

Forensic Science Thesis Guide

Please confirm with your program director for details for other programs.