What is a What-if Audit?

If you are thinking of changing your major, minor or specialization, the ‘what-if’ audit can be very beneficial for you. It will help you see how your audit will change once you switch your program elements. This is a useful tool in determining where your previous courses would count in the new degree to see if you are on the right track towards graduation.

The ‘what-if’ audit is similar to adding hypothetical courses to your audit, but it allows you to hypothetically change your program elements.

For example, if you are currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology and you were thinking of changing your major to Geography, you can run a ‘what-if’ audit. This will allow you to see how your current credits would fit into a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Geography.

You can also choose to add hypothetical courses to your ‘what-if’ audit to see how the courses you may want to register in will fit into your new degree requirements.