You are personally responsible for knowing all the academic regulations affecting your program of study and for completing all degree requirements as set forth by the University, your College or School, and academic department(s). Failure to understand these regulations and requirements does not relieve you of this responsibility.
The degree audit is an unofficial advising report designed to assist you in tracking your degree progress. University Core, College/School Core, major, and minor requirements are based upon the bulletin in effect when you entered SCU.
If you have been given a requirement exception, substitution or waiver that does not appear on your degree audit report, contact the department or Core Curriculum Committee Chairperson and ask that it be reported to the Office of the Registrar. IF YOU BELIEVE THERE ARE ERRORS IN YOUR DEGREE AUDIT REPORT, please contact your college/school or program.
- Undergraduate: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Law: email@example.com
- MBA Program: firstname.lastname@example.org
- MSIS Program: email@example.com
- MSF, MSBA and MSSCMA programs: No degree audit report available
- Education, Counseling and Psychology: No degree audit report available
- Pastoral Ministries: No degree audit report available
- Jesuit School of Theology: No degree audit report available
What is the Degree Audit Report?
The degree audit report is an unofficial advising tool for students and their advisors. It lists all requirements that you are required to complete under your current program of study. This includes:
- Undergraduate University Core Curriculum Requirements (including total units, total upper division units, and cumulative GPA)
- Graduate Program Requirements
- College/School Requirements
- Major and Minor Requirements (including your GPA for the major and minor)
- A list of all courses in progress and those for which you have received an I or NR grade or W (Undergraduate only)
**Please note: Not all graduate programs have degree audit reports. Please contact your department for more information**
Where can I find my Degree Audit Report? How do I see the requirements that are unsatisfied?
You can find your degree audit report in your eCampus account. Click on the Academics tile:
The second tab on the menu should say “New Degree Audit”:
When you click on this tab, your most updated report will appear.On first view, only the requirements that are unsatisfied will be expanded. Requirements that are collapsed are satisfied.
- Date of last report
- Collapse and Expand all of the Requirements
- View Report as PDF (see below for more explanation)
- Unsatisfied requirement
- Satisfied requirement (to see more details, such as how this requirement was fulfilled, click the arrow to expand)
There is also a printable version of the degree audit report. Click the “View Report as PDF” on the right hand side at the top of degree audit report. This will open a new tab with a PDF version of your degree audit. This is the only version that is easily printable.
- Academic program, majors, minors, and pathways
- Satisfied requirement
- Unsatisfied requirement and details of requirement
If you scroll to the bottom of the report, you will see your full course history:
Advance Placement Test or Transferred course credits
If you have satisfied a requirement by either AP test credit or Transfer credit, it will be included in your report. Test and Transfer credit is listed as “CR” in the grade column on both the Degree Audit Report and the PDF version.
To determine if your credit is test or transfer credit, click on the “View Transfer Credit Report” tab on left hand menu.
Department or Core Curriculum course substitutions, waivers and exceptions
Substitutions, waivers and exceptions will appear on the degree audit if the department or Core Curriculum Committee has notified the Office of the Registrar. The course substitution, waiver or exception is entered into your degree audit report by the Office of the Registrar staff. If you have been given a requirement exception, substitution or waiver that does not appear on your degree audit report, contact the department or Core Curriculum Committee Chairperson and ask that it be reported to the Office of the Registrar.