The Program Evaluation is a degree audit that shows your progress toward your degree and displays how your transfer credit applies to your degree at Seattle University.
To access your program evaluation:
The information below describes how to read your program evaluation.
The program status area lists your progress toward achieving the required total number of credits and GPA.
The credits are of this box lists the number of credits required for the degree completed at SU, transfer, test, and other credits, and the estimated remaining credits for degree completion. Meeting the minimum credit requirement does not necessarily mean that all program requirements have been met.
The GPA are of this box lists current GPA and the minimum cumulative and major GPA requirements. You will not have an SU GPA prior to completing SU coursework.
The Core Curricumen area reflect your progress toward completion of Seattle University CORE curriculum requirements. For more information regarding courses that may be applied particular to CORE requirements please refer to the Catalog.
This area will lis any school or college specific requirements for your academic program.
The Major and Minor area(s) list the courses required for the major you have declared.
For more information regarding these requirements please refer to the Catalog.
This area lists all courses which do not apply to your CORE curriculum requirements or to your current major but which are included in your total number of credits and cumulative GPA (SU courses only).
This area lists total number of transfer and test credits.
The codes box lists a legend for any codes that appear on your program evaluation.
The notes area is a place where admission evaluators add important information about program evaluation including notes about additional information that may be required.