The Degree Audit Reporting System, is a computer program that provides progress-toward-degree reports for students. A report shows all of the requirements needed to receive a degree, and which courses are used to satisfy those requirements. The following link is a presentation about how to interpret a degree audit.
Degree audits are available for all students enrolled in a St. Cloud State University degree program. A Web version of your degree audit report is available to view or print through login to e-Services with your StarID and password. The degree audit link is located under Academic Records. Select your major to view your degree audit.
This audit answers the question “What-if” I declare an additional major, change my major, or add a minor. The "What-if" degree audit will apply your completed course work and how your requirements for graduation will change.
To obtain a “What-if” degree audit
The Transferology account is free and allows a student to view a “What-if” DARS audit, credit transfer equivalencies and course catalog information.