Submit your final grant proposal. The final submission of the grant proposal should assemble all components and the milestones into a single document. It is expected that each milestone area will be revised in response to the feedback provided during the milestone submissions across the course.
Grant agencies will return strong grant applications with suggested or required changes prior to approval, so this practice mimics the actual process. Submit these sections as one complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product.
For additional details, please refer to the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document.
From the instructor: I hope that you all have read over the Final Paper Guidelines and Rubric. If you have, then you should have noticed that more details are needed and you will not be just submitting all three Milestones together. Please review all sections to see what areas you will need to add more information for within the paper. It is important that you use SUBTITLES to indicate where you have included the information and so that you do not lose track. I have seen students leave out a whole section and lose many points. I recommend printing out the Grading Rubric and checking off each section of your document before submitting.