Building Your Plan Click anywhere to start In

Building Your Plan Click anywhere to start In

Building Your Plan Click anywhere to start In order to proceed

through this PowerPoint, please click on the blue shapes associated with the actions of the blue text. In NEXT

the case there are no On your CIS Page, click on My Degree Dashboard. In My Degree

Dashboard select the Plans tab. Now you will see all the plans you have previously added. To build or edit your plan simply click on your plan name.

Once you have selected your plan name, it will look like this. Now you can start building! NEXT NEXT

In order to understand how to build your plan, you must understand how to read your audit. If you need help reading your audit, you can visit

the audits page and go to the Read My Audit tab. If you already NEXT know how to read an audit clickNEXT NEXT and learn how to build your

If you want to know more about the courses shown on the audit, simply click on the course you are interested in and you will be able to see more information. You will see the course name and

a course description. You can also see if the course has any prerequisites, or if it covers any general education or bachelor degree requirements. NEXT

Once you find a course on the audit that you want to take, you can click and drag it to the semester you want to take it in.

NEXT Now lets go over some of the cool and helpful things you can use when building your plan. Click on the icons to learn more.

Are you ready to create your plan? Click HERE! This button will show you a full audit with all the classes you built into your plan. The classes you have planned for will show up with a

purple box next to them in the audit. BACK As you delete classes form, or add classes to your plan the audit will NOT

automatically keep up with you. If you want the audit to display the information for the plan you are building, you must click on this check mark to refresh it. Then your audit will accurately show you what BACK

you have planned for and what you still need. This button allows you to wipe your plan clean and start from scratch. If you began

creating your plan and need to completely start over, this button will help you with that. It deletes everything in your plan without deleting the plan its BACK self.

This button allows you to add a new semester to your plan

when you click it. First, select the semester you want to

add. First, select the semester you want to add.

Then select the year you want the semester to be in.

Then select the year you want the semester to be in.

And select OK to add that semester to your plan.

Now that semester has been added to your plan! BACK

This button allows you to delete classes within a semester when you click it. You will select the course(s) you

want to delete. Select Delete to delete the selected course(s) Then you will see a pop-up asking if

you want to delete the selected course. Click yes. Finally, you will need to click Submit to make the deletion final.

Now you have successfully deleted a course from your plan! BACK

When you click this button, it allows you to add classes to your plan that are not on the audit. Type in the department

abbreviation of the course you want to add. Then you will type in the course number. And you will need to select

OK to add this course to your plan. Now you have added a course to your plan!

BACK When you click this button it will allow you to delete an entire

semester from your plan. You will see a pop-up asking if you want to

delete the semester. Click yes. Now the Semester has

successfully been deleted! BACK This button will allow you to add a message to your plan

when you click it. You will be able to select a message from this list to add

to your plan. Once you have selected your message, click Add Message to

add it to your plan. Now a message has been successfully added to your plan!

BACK CONGRATULATIONS!!! Now that you know how to build a plan, its time

to build YOUR plan! After you finish your plan, make sure you are on the right track for graduation by scheduling an advising.utah.e appointment

du with your academic advisor at FINISH

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