DegreeWorks is a web-based planning tool to help students and advisors monitor students’ progress toward degree completion. DegreeWorks provides all course requirements for a degree in a particular catalog and identifies which requirements have already been satisfied in an easy to read and understandable audit. A DegreeWorks audit provides a complete review of all previous, current, and in-progress coursework. It displays information on which requirements are completed and any outstanding requirements necessary to complete a particular degree, major, minor, and/or concentration.
Phase 1: Program Review and Scribing
- The Office of the University Registrar began the implementation of DegreeWorks in the Summer of 2016. During this time, 2016-2017 curriculum was scribed into the DegreeWorks system with the assistance of the Academic colleges and departments.*Students in prior catalogs will continue to have manual paper audits with their Academic Dean's Office.
Phase 2: Go-Live and Testing for Advisors
- Effective Fall 2017, DegreeWorks is currently available to all undergraduate advisors. Advisors have been provided training in regard to navigating and interpreting the DegreeWorks system. Advisors have provided feedback to the Registrar's Office and Academic colleges.
Phase 3: Go-Live for Students
- DegreeWorks is available for Undergraduate students who are following the 2016-2017 catalog (excluding RN to BSN students).
- Undergraduate students following the 2017-2018 catalog (excluding RN to BSN students) are currently being scribed. This is currently in progress with an anticipated Go-Live of Fall 2018.
Graduate students in the 2017-2018 catalog are currently being reviewed and scribed.
For updates on the DegreeWorks implementation process, please continue to monitor this page.