DegreeWorks is a computerized degree audit program and academic advising tool designed to assist you and advisors in reviewing your degree progress. DegreeWorks re-organizes your transcript chronologically and categorically, easily identifying courses you have completed and what courses you still need in order to fulfill your degree requirements. It is our goal that the new student online advisement resource will help students move toward graduation success.
DegreeWorks will help:
Determine what CSI requirements you need to fulfill in order to complete your degree.
Identify what requirements you have completed.
View individual course grades, cumulative grade-point average (GPA), and major average.
Determine which courses you have taken or transferred, and which ones count as electives.
View transfer credits, waivers, and exemptions applied toward degree.
Project grade performance using the GPA calculator.
Confirm your academic status.
Determine whether there are holds or stops on your record.
Estimate how many semesters it will take you to graduate.
Learn the prerequisites and co-requisites for courses by clicking on the course numbers.
You will see on the plan those requirements that you have not yet fulfilled. Next to each requirement is a list of courses that fulfill that requirement. You can click on those courses to see if you have the prerequisites and look at the course description. If you look at the first few courses in a category and you do not have the prerequisites, it is likely that you do not have the prerequisites for the entire category. Move on to check another degree requirement. Once you have chosen several courses that you will be able to take place them in the planner and run another audit to check that those courses will all count for your degree. Then, you can go to the E-SIMS registration system (button at top of degree audit) to check for times and open sections to make your schedule.
Yes, all courses transferred in from other colleges, taken in the military, on permit or in study abroad should show on your degree audit. Certain courses may not be applied to your major if you have exceeded the allowable number of credits under the residency requirement.