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Formatting Your CSULB Master's Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation   Tags: doctoral dissertation, master's thesis, university thesis formatting guidelines  

This guide is designed to help you format your manuscript using the official University Guidelines Manual and the style guide approved by your department as part of the requirements for a graduate level degree at California State University, Long Beach.
Last Updated: May 5, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Upcoming Submission Period

Thesis or Project Report

Summer 2014 

May 30 -- July 11


Ed.D. Dissertation
Spring 2014
Manuscript deadline: May 16
has more information

Upcoming Workshops

Formatting workshops led by formatters from the Thesis and Dissertation Office are posted on the Library Research & Writing Workshops calendar


PowerPoint about University Guidelines Manual Rules

The formatting information in this PowerPoint slideshow is geared specifically to the needs of CSULB students who are writing a thesis or project report for a master's degree or a doctoral dissertation. The suggestions in this slideshow are based on the University Style and Format Guidelines for Theses, Project Reports, and Dissertations, the ultimate resource for formatting graduate level manuscripts at California State University, Long Beach. Two other helpful resources on the Thesis and Dissertation Office Format Guide web page are the Mini Manuscript and the Guidelines Checklist.

Contact The Thesis and Dissertation Office

(562) 985-4013
University Library
5th Floor, Room 501
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday
(closed on all Library holidays)

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