A degree audit is a listing of course work and requirements that the student must complete before minimally becoming eligible for a certificate or degree. This audit is prepared each semester for eligible students in order to assist them in preparing for their degrees. To be eligible for an audit, a student must be matriculated in a degree-granting program and have declared a major, concentration and minor, if required, and have acquired sufficient earned hours toward a degree according to the following chart:
|Baccalaureate degree||87 earned semester credit hours|
|Associate degree||32 earned semester credit hours|
|Certificate||16 earned semester credit hours|
Course work that is in progress is not considered complete. Students should review their audit carefully with their advisers prior to advance registration. Students who file for graduation will receive a final audit and their records will be reviewed to determine graduation eligibility. A student who is eligible for an audit and does not receive one should contact the Registrar’s Office.