Monitor your progress as a student and see if you are fulfilling the requirements of your academic program. We are transitioning to new Degree Evaluation software. Make your selection based on the criteria listed below.
Student information is updated nightly. Information such as program changes and registration will not appear on the evaluation until the following day. You must click Process New to view the updated information.
To access Degree Works:
The degree evaluation presents your requirements in areas called blocks. Some blocks have additional information at the top. Be sure to read these notes carefully as they contain information about the block you need to know, such as minimum grades or GPA requirements. Each block represents a set of requirements such as general education, major and minor.
Students should contact their Academic Advisor if they have a question about how courses are applying in the degree evaluation. Students can use the Center for Academic Advising, Retention, and Transitions’s Advising Locator to find the contact information for their department.
Here are some explanations for the symbols found throughout the degree evaluation:
|There will be an empty red box next to any unmet requirements. To the right of each red box, there will be a link to the University catalog or a list of approved courses for that requirement.|
|A green check box will appear next to individual requirements that are completed and at the top of the block when you have completed all the requirements in that block.|
|A blue box with a double tilde means the requirement is not fully met and you should contact your advisor for assistance.|
|A blue box with a single tilde means the requirement will be met if currently registered classes are passed with satisfactory grades.|
|@||The ‘@’ symbol is a wild card. If the @ sign appears with course numbers after it (e.g., @ 300:499), you may take any subject area with that level (any 300 or 400 level course). If it appears after a subject prefix (e.g., ECON @), it means you can take any course with that subject prefix (any course in Economics). If it appears after a subject prefix and a number (e.g., ECON 3@), it means you can take any course with that subject prefix at that level (any Economics course at the 300 level).|