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Citation Help for MLA, 8th Edition: Master's Thesis or Project

An introduction to MLA Style.


Panasuk, Noel. What Variables Appear to Work in Stress Management Programs in

     the Workplace and How Effective are These Programs?
 MS Thesis, The College of

     St. Scholastica, 2008.


Author: Panasuk, Noel.
Last name first, followed by first and middle names. End with a period.   

Title & subtitle of the book: What Variables Appear to Work in Stress Managment Programs in the Workplace and How Effective are These Programs?
The title and subtitle are separated by a colon. Capitalize all important and proper words. Place in Italics and end with a period or if it has a question mark in the title, that is sufficient.   

Status of Publishing: MA Thesis,
Use the words MA Thesis followed by a comma. If it is a project, then use the words MA project. If it is a doctoral dissertation, use the word Dissertation.

Name of Institution Where Degree was Granted: The College of St. Scholastica,
The full name of the college or university followed by a comma.

Year of Publication: 2008.
List the year of publication, which appears on the title page or the title page verso (back side of title page). End citation with a period. 

[The above information is based on Purdue OWL.]