YDA General

How is my degree audit different from a transcript?

Unlike a transcript, your degree audit is an unofficial document provided for your information and convenience. The audit serves as a tool to provide you with helpful and timely information when you are planning your course schedule, discussing your schedule with your adviser, and reviewing your progress toward completing the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Your degree audit is not an official academic transcript.

What are the benefits of using Yale Degree Audit?

Yale Degree Audit will help you:

  • Determine what requirements you need to fulfill in order to complete your bachelor’s degree
  • View a list of all courses in which you have enrolled and the distributional designations each course carries
  • View individual course grades and cumulative grade-point average (GPA)
  • View transfer credits, waivers, and exemptions for which you have been approved

What is Yale Degree Audit?

Yale Degree Audit is a web-based tool that calculates and displays how an individual student’s courses may count toward the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. The degree audit enables students to monitor their own progress toward the completion of degree requirements. It also helps students and their advisers discuss course selection for current and future terms more meaningfully by clarifying what requirements the student still needs to complete. Currently, major requirements are not included in the audit.

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