Humane Society University is privileged to have many students of different ages, many of whom have considerable experience and expertise. The Masters’ Degree program established by the University requires students to undertake a 9-credit thesis or project. These theses/projects are expected to consist of original studies, analyses, research, case studies and other insights that will advance global understanding of animal protection and the human-animal bond. As such, the finished theses will be placed (with the consent of the relevant graduate) in this Digital Repository for others to consult and use. Humane Society University expects not just its faculty members but also its students to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and understanding in this area of scholarship.
As of the end of 2012, only a few students have reached the point of planning and embarking on a Masters’ thesis. In time, this webpage should lead to a rich source of scholarship and understanding.