Understanding Your Degree Evaluation

Visit your Degree Evaluation to see what requirements you have completed and which ones you still need to complete.

The Degree Evaluation is an interpretation of the Undergraduate Calendar for the year that you were admitted under, and helps display the requirements needed for your Program. It will list requirements that you have satisfied (YES) or outstanding (NO), updating as you register in and complete courses.

It is important to note the following:

  • It is best to generate a new evaluation every time, as the degree evaluation will display how your completed courses, transfer credit and current registrations are being applied to your Program.
  • The "Catalog Term" reflects the Undergraduate Calendar you are currently following.  If you'd like to compare your degree evaluation with the year of the catalog term to view the Calendar wording, please feel free to visit the Calendar Archives
  • There is a residency requirement at UNBC, in where each undergraduate student must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of upper division (300/400 level) course work at UNBC.  It is important to confirm if this is the case for your degree program, as some degrees require students to complete more upper division credit for Residency
  • Courses INP or DEF will not show in the degree evaluation until completed

Questions? Contact your Student Advisor.


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