The Intellectual Autobiography and Plan for Concentration (IAPC) is a brief, reflective essay of two to three pages (typed and double-spaced), in which students write about their intellectual development and their plans for designing the concentration. In constructing the essay, students should describe their educational experiences, the central idea(s)
of the concentration and the coursework relevant to their concentration. This requirement applies to students who
enter Gallatin during or after the Fall 2003 term. For more information about the essay and this requirement, please
see the Policies and Procedures for the Undergraduate Intellectual Autobiography and Plan for Concentration booklet.