Projected Majors

The most common use of the “What If Audit” report is to determine the landscape of a projected major, or minor, for a given student. This can be in aid of switching a major, or minor, or declaring a major, or minor, for the first time.


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Split Majors

The “What If” Audit can help advisors split dual major degrees, so that only one program can be examined at a time. The conventional degree audit does not provide an accurate representation for dual majors, because requirements can steal from each other and lead to confusion.


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What If Course

Creating and applying “What If” courses to a report allows users to visually illustrate how a specific course would fall into the student’s major, or minor, requirements. This would be useful during the regular semester advisement sessions.


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Second Degree and Continuing Degrees

The “What If” scenario is the only way that we can see a degree audit for a student with a “Complete” or “Cancelled” status.


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