Student Degree Audit System Goes Live
New Online Application Helps Students Plan Degrees
Dec. 2005. DegreeWorks, an online student degree audit and advising system, has launched Student Degree Audit—a new online application allowing Baruch students to view progress toward their degrees.
"The application should be especially useful during the pre-registration period,” said Stephen Andrus, the DegreeWorks project manager. “Students can view their progress and all of their requirements in one place, register for courses using e-SIMS, and then check their audits to see those courses displayed for the next semester.”
Information that is available in the audit includes requirements for degrees, majors, and minors, as well as courses taken, transfer credits, skills assessment tests, and more. The audit can be viewed online or printed.
To help plan what courses a student should take in an upcoming semester, the audit conveniently provides links to course prerequisites and schedules of classes needed to fulfill remaining degree requirements.
Students can also perform a What-If analysis for changing degrees, majors, or minors, and can evaluate progress toward admission to the Zicklin School of Business (for BBA students).
The easy-to-read audit will help students plan their academic schedule without having to rely on possibly outdated bulletins or catalogs, and help in preparing for appointments with advisors, counselors, and faculty.
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