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Step by Step Guide to submitting your Interactive Program of Study online ... Click the iPOS tab in the My Programs and Degree Progress' box on the right. ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Graduate Program Of Study

Graduate Program Of Study
  • Step by Step Guide to submitting your Interactive
    Program of Study online

Log in to http// Click the iPOS tab
in the My Programs and Degree Progress box on
the right. Click the Graduate Interactive Plan of
Study (POS) link.
Select Your Program
Note that there are 6 elements to your POS. POS,
Prev Degree, ASU Courses, Transfer Courses,
Advisor, and Summary. You will be prompted
through each of these sections as you make your
way through the online Program of Study.
If you were required to take any prerequisite
courses, you will be asked for justification. It
is important to be clear about when and where you
completed the indicated prerequisite courses in
order for your iPOS to be approved. Ex I
completed PAF 401 at ASU in fall 2007 and
received a A for the course. Select Save and
Select the Transcript button in order to see a
listing of all courses you have taken at ASU
while admitted to a graduate program, including
non-degree courses.
You will see all ASU courses with a grade or
currently scheduled listed. Check all the boxes
for the courses you want on your POS. Be certain
not to select any courses that do not count
toward your Program of Study, such as
prerequisite courses. Click Save and Continue.
The courses you have selected to add to your POS
are displayed. If you have made any mistakes, you
may select courses and delete them from your POS.
Click the Future button to add courses you will
take in coming semesters.
Here you will select courses, one by one, that
you plan to take in future semesters. You can
select specific courses by entering the prefix
(Ex PAF) in the subject area and adding a
specific number (Ex 792) or you may search by a
numeric range (Ex 700-799.) Click the Search
The screen shot on the left displays your choices
if you searched a range of course numbers
(500-599). The shot on the right displays the
results of a search for a single, specific course
(PAF 792).
Once you have chosen a course to add, you must
indicate what semester and year the course will
be taken in as well as for how many credits (only
on variable credit courses, such as PAF 792.)
Click Save and Continue.
You will then see the course added to your ASU
Courses Added to POS list. You will also see how
many credits are currently listed on your POS.
Click the Future button again to repeat the
process of course selection until your POS
includes 42 credit hours of courses (remember
that prerequisite courses cannot be listed on the
Once your POS has the required 42 credits listed
you will continue on to a few other questions
before you submit your POS. Generally, students
will NOT add courses from other institutions.
Select No from the dropdown menu. Click Save and
This is where you indicate your program advisor.
Every student needs to select Barbara McCabe as
their advisor as Dr. McCabe is the program
director. Assign her as the Chair.
Your final screen is the Summary screen. When the
POS is ready to be submitted, there will be a
button on the bottom right to Submit the POS
(next slide). There will be a notification that
your POS is ready to be submitted. It will also
notify you if there are any issues that will
prevent you from submitting your POS (such as
needing to file a petition, etc.).
Your POS is NOT submitted until you click the
Submit POS button. Click that to send your POS
for approval at the department level. Be sure to
check youre My ASU page periodically to see if
any revisions to your POS are required.
You will be notified that your POS has been
submitted. Your POS was not submitted unless you
receive the notification indicated below.