DegreeWorks™ is a computerized degree audit program and academic advising tool designed to assist students and advisors in reviewing student’s degree progress. A Web-based program, DegreeWorks™ re-organizes a student’s transcript chronologically and categorically, easily identifying courses he/she has completed and what courses are still needed in order to fulfill the degree requirements. Currently, only students registered in The Smull College of Engineering or The Raabe College of Pharmacy during the 2011-2012 catalog year are able to utilize this tool. Once the test timeframe has passed, DegreeWorks™ will be released to other areas of campus. Engineering/Pharmacy students: If you have questions about your degree audit, your first point of contact is your advisor or your Dean’s office.
If you do a “What-if” audit, please be aware that audits for degrees/majors outside The Smull College of Engineering and The Raabe College of Pharmacy for 2011-2012 catalog year are not yet complete and your “What-if” audit will likely not be accurate. Changes to the DegreeWorks™ system are ongoing until all degrees, majors, and concentrations have been built for all catalog years.
If you are a student or advisor outside The Smull College of Engineering or The Raabe College of Pharmacy, although you may be able to access your or your advisee’s degree audit, the information contained within will not be guaranteed as correct until our test timeframe has completed and we are live with all colleges and catalogs years are current. Our goal is to have The Dicke College of Business and The Getty College of Arts and Sciences 2011-2012 catalog year audits ready to utilize during advising for Summer/Fall 2014 registration.