For instructions for how to access the degree audit, go to How to Access Your Degree Audit.
View this information as a PDF: Your Online Degree Audit.
When you log into the degree audit, you’ll be on the Request an Audit page, where you can run an audit for your official major or run an audit for any other program.
There are two sections you can expand: “Run Declared Programs” and “Select a Different Program.” These sections correspond to the different types of audits available.
There are two types of audits you can run. The first type, sometimes called a “standard” audit, is an audit for your declared program (official major). It shows what your current requirements are and your progress toward fulfilling those requirements.
The second type, sometimes called a “what-if” audit, is an audit for a different program. It allows you to see “what if” you changed your major to that different program.
Note: This audit will not change your declared program. If you would like to change your official major, contact an academic advisor in the department of your new major.
For how to run an audit for your declared program (official major), go to Run Your Degree Audit.
For how to run an audit for a different program, go to Run an Audit for a Different Program.
For how to view previous audits that were recently run, go to View a Previous Audit.