The MLA style doesn’t require to include any type of URL if the dissertation is published on the Internet, you only need to mention that you take it from the website by writing the word ‘Web’ after the name of the institution. If the material was a team effort, list your co-authors – but boldface your name. If you're trying to save space, type "Thesis:" on the same line, and then include the title of your master's thesis. You should discuss the structure and content of your thesis with your supervisors and be attentive that your submitted thesis adheres to the College guidelines.” University of Tulsa says this: “4.5 Inclusion of Text from a Student’s Previously Published Papers Also, add a date when you accessed the dissertation. A serious scholarly book in your field is a valuable item too. If your dissertation has been published, include the citation for the publication after the title. Committee Members and Abstract Although many academic hiring committees expect to see the names of your dissertation committee on your curriculum vitae as well as a short summary of the dissertation, these elements aren’t appropriate for a resume.