Rutgers Electronic Theses & Dissertations (RUetd)
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Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) have replaced printed theses and dissertations for most Rutgers graduate programs and are available through RUcore. Dissertations and theses are submitted in online form only from the following schools:

  • Bloustein Graduate School of Planning and Public Policy (2008-2013)
  • Camden Graduate School (2008- present)
  • Graduate School – Newark (2009-present)
  • Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (2009-present)
  • Graduate School of Education (2010-present)
  • School of Graduate Studies (former Graduate School – New Brunswick, 2007-present; former Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 2017-present)
  • School of Health Professions (2014-present)
  • School of Nursing – RBHS (DNP) (2019-present)
  • School of Public Health (2014-present)
  • School of Social Work (DSW) (2015-present)
The Mason Gross School of the Arts has made electronic submission optional.
Access to an electronic dissertation or thesis will sometimes be delayed, or embargoed, at the request of the author. The most common reasons are because they intend to publish the dissertation or because it supports a patent application. In these cases, a record with descriptive information and a full abstract will still be included in RUcore.
Rutgers full text ETDs are available in RUcore and indexed in Google Scholar.

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