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Understanding your degree audit
The degree audit reports lists all requirements of the selected degree program and shows the student’s completed coursework, their preregistered courses, in-progress courses and remaining requirements. Degree audit should be completely accurate for students who have only attended Stevenson University and have not switched majors while attending. For honors students, students who have switched majors, or students who have transferred credits from another institution, degree audit should be assessed very carefully with an awareness that changed that are to the student’s advantage may not be reflected in the audit. These include possible waivers and course substitutions that might be granted by the appropriate department chair or division director. Degree audit does not replace academic advising as it does not include any information about prerequisite sequences, elective course choices, etc. All students should consult with their advisor to confirm their understanding of the report printout.
The Core Curriculum
* This course may be replaced by an approved course in certain major fields of study. See the department or program administrator for details.
Major requirements and secondary requirements
The degree audit report lists the specific courses that are required in order to earn a degree from a particular program. “Major Requirements” are generally courses from the department of the major discipline. “Secondary” requirements are courses that must be taken to earn the degre but are not from the major’s central discipline. Many secondary requirements can also be used to fulfill elements of the Core Curriculum.
Course substitution and waivers
Transfer students and students who switch majors can ask for a course substitution or waiver from the Division Director or Department Chair. The Director/Chair will assess the merits of the request and may ask the student to provide detailed documentation about the previously taken course. If a waiver is granted, the student will not have to take the required course but no credit is granted. If a substitution is granted, the student will be considered to have completed that requirement. The student should have the Director/Chair sign a “Course Substitution/Waiver” form if the request is granted. This form should be filed as part of the student’s permanent record in the Registrar’s Office. Course substitutions and waivers should show in the proper place on the degree audit report.