Final Checklist: Graduate Students
Academic Advisement

Let's check how much you have learned so far about the U.S. academic life!

Using this self-evaluation chart to see how much you have learned as a result of these video- & Web-based activities.

(i)            Print out this checklist and use it to evaluate your progress and overall comprehension. Go to a printer-friendly page (You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to access this page).

(ii)           Give yourself a check [ ] in the YES! column for each of the topics that you have learned.

(iii)          If necessary, you may go back to the activities page to check out the information that you have missed.

TOPIC

I have learned about....

YES!

1
Program Planning:
Program Requirements

The role of an academic advisor

 

The purpose of a program planning

 

What a ‘prerequisite’ is and its importance

 

What a ‘required course’ is and its importance

 

What an ‘elective course’ is and its importance

 

 

2
Program Planning:
Elective Courses

The types of courses that students can take as electives

 

The purpose of having students take elective courses

 

 

3
Program Planning:
Degree Completion Options

What a ‘degree completion option’ is and its importance

 

What a ‘thesis’ option is and its importance

 

What a ‘project’ option is and its importance

 

What a ‘comprehensive examination’ option is and its importance

 

 

4
Program Planning:
Signing a Contract

What a ‘program contract’ is and its importance

 

The type of information required on the program contract sheet

 

The process the student needs to follow in order to make changes to the information entered on the program contract

 

How the student contacts the academic advisor after this meeting

 

How to keep track of all the courses to be taken while studying in the program

 

 

5
Applying for
a Master’s in Business Administration
(MBA)

What the MBA program is about

 

The type of information provided on the MBA program Web site

 

The admission services that are provided 'online' for applicants

 

The steps the applicants need to follow when submitting their applications for the MBA Program

 

The application filing periods for the desired quarter of admission

 

The difference between ‘domestic’ and ‘international’ applicants

 

General admission requirements (minimum GPA, GMAT and TOEFL test scores, etc.) required for ‘international’ applicants

 

 



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