Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Oct 14, 2022 Views: 17134
Noteworthy AMU/APU graduate capstone theses, creative/applied projects, practicum/critical reflection papers, or portfolio/critical reflection papers are posted on the APUS Trefry Archives website (click here to learn more about the criteria and procedures).
To locate capstone projects of different types, visit the APUS Trefry Archives website page. Select the program from the left column. (If a program is not listed it means there are no capstone papers currently available for that program.)
To identify the capstone type, look at the “Program” field for each thesis posted. The capstone type will be listed here. NOTE: Not all programs allow all capstone types.
- Does the library provide access to theses and dissertations?
- Does the library have a writing center or a writing help tutorial?
- How should I format my research paper, research proposal or thesis?
- Where can I have my paper proofread or reviewed?