2. Full-text Dissertations and Theses Online (alternatives to PQDT A&I)
The librarians can support you, each step of the way, with personalized reference service available on:
The CSU Library contains resources to support your success as a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) student.
Let us know who you are and what you think your area of research will be. Feel free to ask us lots of questions. The librarians are here to help.
This Guide focuses on library and web-based research resources that have graduate level content to support your doctoral process. This guide:
Also see our guide Writing the Dissertation or Research Project.
Your research in the library and in the open access web based resources will take time and form the basis for your dissertation or research project. As professionals working in business administration operate in all sectors of our communities, it makes sense to search in a broad range of resources that we have in the library and in credible content that we can direct you to on the Internet. All of the resources inside the online library provide relevant full-text content that is credible and freely accessible. And there are useful Internet-based tools such as Google Scholar that will help you find content that is relevant to your research. We can help you determine if the content you find using such tools are available free and full-text in our library collections.
The level of research needed for graduate and post-graduate research is different than for other levels of programs. Of interest to the academic researcher are:
The librarians can help you access and help you find these and other formats to support your research process.