What information is listed on my degree audit?

This page is a step-by-step guide explaining the information included in your degree audit.

What is listed in my degree audit?

Your degree audit includes all requirements to graduate with your currently declared major (and/or other major, minors, or certificates), including:

  • University graduation requirements
  • general education requirements
  • major requirements
  • any other applicable requirements (double major, minor, certificate, for example)

When you first view your degree audit, it will show all of your degree information. Your degree audit shows completed, in progress, planned, and unfulfilled requirements.

What do the colors and symbols mean?

On the top of your audit, a horizontal bar appears. Different colors indicate courses that are complete (green), in progress (blue), unfulfilled (red), and planned (purple). You will see these colors throughout your degree audit, along with corresponding symbols. The legend is at the bottom of your degree audit.


The colors and symbols also indicate courses you've completed, ones you're currently taking, or courses planned through Graduation Planner. Additionally, the semester you took (or plan to take) the course is listed.

I have never seen Planned courses before. How do I plan ahead in my degree audit?

This is a new feature! Using Graduation Planner, you can plan out each semester until graduation. Planned courses are listed along with the term you plan to complete the course in a year/semester format, in the same way in progress and completed courses are listed. Interested in learning more? Click here to get started!

Should I take my classes in the order they are listed here?

Your degree audit is a helpful tool and it lists your graduation requirements, but it does not replace academic advising. Please meet with an advisor to discuss your classes and plan before registering each semester.

Do you have questions about graduation requirements, majors, or classes? Visit the academic catalog for details. When reviewing your individual degree requirements, be sure to refer to your catalog year.

Unsure of how to find your degree audit? Visit this page for more information.