A Degree Works audit is a review of past and current coursework that provides information on completed and outstanding catalog requirements necessary to complete your degree. The audit is divided into block requirements such as Degree, General Education, and Major Requirements. Each block works like a checklist that has boxes that are automatically checked when a requirement is met.
Some degree programs may require students to take elective credits in order to have enough overall hours to graduate. Elective Credits Allowed are those classes. Elective Credits Allowed may go up or down depending on how requirements share courses and what classes are taken.
For Elective Credits Allowed to work correctly, the curriculum record must be complete. A student with an undeclared major, minor or concentration will have a higher number of elective courses than a student who has declared a major, minor and/or concentration.
"What If" Audit FAQ
GPA Calc FAQ
The Term Calculator allows you to plug in your projected grades for your current courses and see how they impact your overall GPA.
For this calculator, you need to enter the estimated grades for each course as well as the number of credits for each course you are registered for.
This can be used to determine specific grades needed to achieve a desired GPA. It is more specific than the graduation calculator.
Enter your desired GPA. If your calculator responds with an error message, it is impossible to reach the goal GPA without repeating coursework.