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DegreeWorks: A Degree Evaluation and Advising Tool for Georgia College & State University Information for Faculty and Advisors Spring 2008. What Is DegreeWorks?.
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Log into myCats.
(If you’ve forgotten your password or your account is disabled, use the Forgot Your Password link under the log in fields to reset your password or to enable your account.)
Then click on DegreeWorks.
Click the Find button to search for students.
(We’ve asked DegreeWorks to add functionality that automatically loads your advising lists. We hope this is available soon.)
If you’d like to look for a group of students (seniors in your major), select the appropriate groups from these drop down boxes.
After entering your search parameters, click the Search button.
To access the audits of all the students in the list, click OK.
If you only want to look at some of these students’ audits, use check all, uncheck all, and the check boxes by each student’s name to make your selection. Then click OK.
Select the student whose record you want to view from the drop down box. Then click on the worksheet tab.
The processing time to pull up the student’s worksheet may take several seconds.
The top part of the student’s record will contain basic information about the student’s degree program, GPA, class status, academic standing, etc. This section was designed to model our TranGuide.
Once each of these requirements is complete, this advice will be removed from the student’s audit.
When a requirement has not been met, a list of acceptable courses appears. These courses are hyperlinked to catalog descriptions.
The catalog term that is being used for a student’s audit is listed on the right side of the blue bars that separate the parts of the audit.
If you have any concerns about the way the curriculum has been programmed, or if you find any errors in degree requirements, please contact your department chair.
The First Year Academic Seminar will automatically be marked as waived for transfer students.
If orientation or wellness courses are included in the electives area, please contact the Registrar’s Office. These courses need to be moved to another location so they can be excluded from the student’s total hours.
Remedial coursework will also appear in this section.
These courses do not count toward a student’s total hours.
Currently enrolled students will also have an In Progress area that lists courses in which they are registered.
Please note that these hours still remain in a student’s earned hours, but they simply are not counted toward total hours required for graduation.
Finally, any exceptions that have been entered will be summarized at the end of the audit.
Click on the Class History link at the top of the page to view a student’s complete course list.
Click on the Help link for information on how to report problems.
(And PLEASE report any issues. We need your help to make this system perfect.)
Click the Process What If button on the top of the screen to generate the worksheet.
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