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Degree Audit Academic Evaluation

Access Your Degree Audit Academic Evaluation

Access your Degree Audit Academic Evaluation through the MyBrookdale portal. Once you log into the portal, click on the quick link for WebAdvisor, and then click Degree Audit – Progress Toward My Degree on the Student Menu.

Your Degree Audit Academic Evaluation is provided as a tool to help you keep track of your progress towards graduation, and is best used in consultation with a Counselor/Advisor to insure that the information is accurate.

It is your responsibility to consult with your Counselor/Advisor, or the appropriate Brookdale catalog, to verify the program/catalog year listed on this evaluation is correct (read Matriculation Regulation below), and the courses you take are fulfilling the graduation requirements for this program/catalog year, and if applicable, are tracking the transfer requirements of the institution that you plan to attend.

 

Matriculation Regulation

Students must meet all program requirements listed in the catalog academic year in which he/she matriculated. After matriculation, if a student is not enrolled for one calendar year, he/she must meet all requirements listed in the current catalog for the semester or term in which he/she resumed study. (Matriculation Regulation 6.1502R).

 

Transfer Courses

Official transcripts from other institutions are evaluated by Brookdale once you have completed your first Brookdale semester and you request an evaluation through your Counselor/Advisor. If you have followed this process and you still do not see your transfer course(s) listed on your evaluation, or if they are not applying toward your degree requirements appropriately, it is important you consult with your Counselor/Advisor.

No more than 50% of the credits towards a degree can be accepted from another college or from CLEP and other equivalency testing programs toward Brookdale graduation. In addition, a minimum of 50% of a program’s career studies credits must be earned at Brookdale. For certificates, half of the total credits must be earned at Brookdale. (Graduation Regulation 6.1700R).

 

More Than One Brookdale Degree?

There are additional requirements for students who are receiving subsequent or multiple Associate degrees from Brookdale. You must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours above the first degree, and complete all requirements specific to the 2nd degree. This also applies to all degrees after the 2nd degree. Please consult with a Counselor/Advisor for more details.

 

Degree Audit and Your GPA

GPA information on your degree audit evaluation may be inaccurate due to course repeats that are in progress. For accurate GPA information, you need to access WebAdvisor. Once at the Student Menu, click on “Unofficial Transcript” under the Academic Profile menu to view your GPA.

 

Need Help Understanding Your Degree Audit Academic Evaluation?

Please make an appointment with a Counselor/Advisor through AdvisorTrac, or call 732-224-2555.