Your degree requirements are found below the graphs and details about the specific courses you are required to take to complete your degree.
Under the ‘Summary of Program Requirements’ you will notice a basic summary of your audit. The information here includes:
The credits you have earned
Remaining number of credits you need to finish your degree requirements
Number of credits completed and courses that are needed in a higher course range
Your overall CGPA is also listed on the top line
Your audit is then broken down into sections such as major, minor, concentration or specialization and electives. This allows you to understand what portions of your degree you have completed and which sections you need to still complete.
Each individual section is then divided into major course requirements. This allows you to see what major courses you need to take in upcoming years, as well as the requirements that you have already fulfilled for that section.
The sections that are highlighted in red with an ‘X,’ indicates that the section is not complete. Therefore you will be unable to graduate unless you fulfill those requirements. If it is highlighted in green with a check mark, it indicates that the section has been completed and the requirements have been met.