You're working hard for your degree with the University of the Incarnate Word. We are with you eery step of the way, and have valuable resources to help you stay on the path to graduation.
Degree Works is a new degree audit tool that helps you monitor your progress torward degree completion. It reorganizes your transcript by identifying how courses you have completed apply toward your degree, and course requirements you have left. Keep your path to graduation clear with Degree Works.
Your path to graduation just got a little easier with Degree Works.
Degree Works is a planning tool that you and your adviser will use together to keep you on the right course. Degree Works and academic advising will help you pave a path to graduation.
If you have questions regarding Degree Works, please contact your academic adviser.
Evaluate your progress now:
Degree Works is available to all degree-seeking undergraduate students who have catalog years from Fall 2013 (Campus Programs) forward and Fall 2011 (School of Professional Studies) forward. Most graduate programs are available to students. It is not available at this time for UIW Professional schools.
Please encourage your students to begin to use Degree Works in conjuction with academic advising so they will stay on the right path to degree completion.
Your degree audit is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from most networked computers. Review your degree audit information:
Degree Works looks at your program holistically, and places each course using a “best fit” scenario. This process will not always be perfect, particularly when multiple possibilities exist, so if you have a course that does not appear in the area in which you wanted to use it, please contact your advisor or the Registrar's Office for assistance.
Yes. Degree Works recognizes that some courses can fulfill more than one requirement.
Visit with your advisor to update any details about your declared program of study/major.
You might not have declared those so they are tracked as your official program in the Banner system. Visit with your advisor to confirm how to declare those.
The @ symbol in Degree Works is a wildcard. For example, if the @ sign appears with course numbers after it (i.e., @ 1000), this means that you can take a 1000 level course from any subject area. If it appears after a subject prefix (i.e., PSYC @), it means that you can take any Psychology course. Refer to the legend at the bottom of your audit that lists more symbols shown on the degree audit.
No, you must apply for graduation. Once you are within 30 credits from completing your degree requirements, and have completed all of your community service hours, visit your advisor to apply for graduation.
The degree progress bar is a tool that takes the total number of check boxes on your audit, and calculates a percentage based on the number of boxes that are checked. Therefore, if you’re a pre‐major or are missing a major concentration emphasis area, you may have fewer boxes on your audit that need to be checked. As this information is added to your audit, your degree progress bar will reflect your progress more accurately.
The degree progress bar will not show 100% completion until you finish all of your In‐Progress courses and earn acceptable grades in them.
While we have tried to make sure that your audit is correct, it is difficult to predict every unique situation or problem. We want to work with you to correct any issues as soon as possible. The first step is to clarify what information you believe is wrong. Please contact email@example.com or stop by our office in the Administration Building should you have any questions.
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