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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Preparations for M.S. Final Examination and Thesis Deposit

Thesis Formatting 

Purdue LaTeX typesetting software system is highly preferred and strongly recommended for use with thesis formatting.  LaTeX document class information is available at the following Purdue thesis websites:

Purdue Overleaf is an online collaborative scientific writing and publishing tool. It is designed to make the process of writing, editing, and producing scientific papers much quicker for both authors and publishers. It permits Rich Text or LaTeX editing, and it is easy to switch between either mode. Our students can create an account, sponsored by Purdue, using their Purdue or IUPUI emails.

Required Exam and Thesis Forms

  1. GS Form 7 Report of Master's Examining Committee
  2. GS Form 9 Thesis Acceptance Form (Available via the Purdue Graduate School Thesis/Dissertation Forms website)
  3. GS Form 30 Cover page for Electronic Thesis Deposit (Available at the Purdue Graduate School Thesis/Dissertation Forms website)
  4. GS Form 32 Thesis/Dissertation Agreement, Publication Delay, and Research Integrity & Copyright Disclaimer Form (Available at the Purdue Graduate School Thesis/Dissertation Forms website)
  5. If thesis is confidential and confidentiality status needs to be maintained, complete GS Form 15 Request for Confidentiality