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  — Checklist for Application
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Checklist for Developing the AIS Application

1. Meet with a University College or regional campus advisor to discuss the AIS program and its appropriateness for your goals.

2. Write a first draft of your Statement of Rationale for pursuing a self-designed degree program (see "Guidelines for Writing Statement of Rationale for AIS," page 5).

3. Develop a tentative curriculum for your Area of Concentration and electives that fulfills your academic goals.

4. Consult your University College or regional campus advisor to discuss the first draft of your Statement of Rationale (Item #1) and tentative curriculum plan (Item #2).

5. Consult faculty resource persons, one of whom must be from a department included in your Area of Concentration.

6. Complete any revisions suggested by your University College or regional campus advisor, or faculty resource persons.

7. Review the revised program proposal with your University College or regional campus advisor.

8. Word process the Statement of Rationale and Curriculum pages.

9. Review the completed application with your faculty resource persons, and obtain their signatures.

10. Obtain from your advisor and include a copy of your DARS report "as if" you are an AIS student.

11. Make a copy of your completed application for your records.

12. Submit your completed application to your University College or regional campus advisor any time during the quarter. To have current credit hours included as part of the residency requirement, applications must be submitted by the end of the fourth week of fall, winter, or spring quarter, or the end of the seventh week of the full summer session.

Keep this checklist and a copy of your completed application form.
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