Degree audits can be used to better understand what degree requirements you have satisfied with your credits, and which requirements are still outstanding. Degree audits also take transfer credits and test credits into account. A quick video to see how to run a degree audit can be found here. If you have questions about your degree requirements, please reach out to your academic advisor. View instructions.
Degree audit is best used to understand what you've satisfied with your current credits. If you are looking to plan out your future semesters until graduation, then you should utilize the Flight Planner tool that can also be found in ULink.
See which requirements are satisfied and not satisfied.
Completed requirements will be indicated with a green check and incomplete requirements will be indicated with a red 'X'. Requirements are organized in groups so you will be able to see all of the Cardinal Core, College/School, and Major requirements grouped together.
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Verify GPA requirements needed to graduate.
If your degree requires a certain GPA or even a certain GPA within the major courses, you will be able to see where you stand in your degree audit. Courses that require a particular grade are also indicated in the degree audit.
Verify that you have earned the minimum total credit hours to graduate.
The amount of credit hours you need to graduate depend on the school of enrollment, major, and degree type. Certain majors also require a particular number of 300 level courses to graduate. You will find each of those in your degree audit, and can keep track of what still needs to be done.
What if I want to change my major?
A "what-if" report is a report that can be used to determine the requirements you would have satisfied if you were to change your major. It is in the same format as a degree audit and can be a useful tool when considering changing your major. It is recommended that you talk with an academic advisor before deciding on changing your major. View instructions.