Reading Your Degree Audit
The video above is an overview of how to read your degree audit. If you have further questions,
stop by Business Advising and Student Engagement located in Hawks Hall, CoB 125 to meet with an Academic Advisor.
What does the information at the top mean?
- The first line lists the date and time your degree audit was run. Your student ID number is also on the top line.
- The next line gives your full name.
- The degree you are trying to obtain and your major are on the third line,
as well as the year of the Undergraduate Catalog that you should be following.
- The last line contains the name of your academic advisor. The College of Business does
not have assigned advisors, allowing students to meet with any of the advisors within Business
Advising and Student Engagement. An academic advisor should be contacted with questions regarding
your degree audit, courses, schedules, or requirements.
Information contained in the body of your audit
- College Entrance Requirements - These sections indicate certain limits employed by your specific college
which your coursework will be subject to (eg. Pass/No Pass, C-/D Grades, etc.), as well as the expectations of
your college beyond General Graduation requirements.
- Achievement Centered Education (ACE) - This is a summary of your progress toward the completion of your 10 required
ACE courses. Please note: one course from each Student Learning Outcome must be completed; and, no more than 9 hours may
be taken from any one department in ACE outcomes 4-10. An ACE course approved for more than one outcome will fulfill one
ACE outcome only.
- Major-Specific Requirements - This/these area(s) clarify which courses are needed to meet the educational requirement
of your specific major.
- The numeric code preceding your course name and number is the term in which you completed the class.
- Classes in which you are currently enrolled but have not yet received a grade for are denoted by "IN-P---->" (In Progress).
- Classes that you have registered for during an upcoming semester are denoted by PREG.
- GNCR: Courses taken at institutions other than UNL and are not direct equivalencies to UNL. These courses
appear as "GNCR***" credit. Please see an academic advisor if you have questions regarding the use of this coursework
toward specific degree requirements.
It is imperative that you read the notices at the top of your degree audit.
MyDegreeAudit is an internal document used for advising. It is not an official certification of your academic record;
therefore, it is unlawful to transmit this document to a third party. If you need an official transcript of your academic
program, contact the Office of the University Registrar in room 107 Canfield Administration Building South or through MyRED.
Review MyDegreeAudit in more detail on the Registrar website.