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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Degree Requirements Master of Art/Master of Science Submission of the Thesis  

Submission of the Thesis

For a student whose program includes a thesis, that thesis must be approved by the professor in charge and accepted by the other members of the student`s committee. The final draft of the thesis should be prepared in strict accordance with the instructions given in the pamphlet Style Guide for Thesis and Dissertation Preparation, available at the Office of the Graduate School. After the thesis has been accepted by the committee, the required copies are to be filed with the Graduate School-New Brunswick by the announced deadlines for completion of degree requirements.

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