Student FAQs: Academic Requirements (Degree Audit)
- What is MyUNLV Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report?
The MyUNLV Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report produces an automated report that matches courses taken at UNLV or transferred from other institutions with the requirements of a particular degree program. It helps students and staff:
- Identify degree requirements
- Plan future course work
- Determine how completed UNLV courses, courses in progress, and transfer courses may apply toward a degree
The MyUNLV Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report is an internal UNLV document used primarily for advising and graduation certification and is NOT an official document. The official documentation of your academic record is your transcript.
- How can I obtain an academic requirements report?
The MyUNLV Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report is for all admitted and currently registered students and can be accessed by following the directions on the How to Access Your Degree Audit Report page.
- Why can't I find my Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report online?
If you meet the following criteria, you will have Academic Requirements Reports available online:
- You were fully admitted to the university in Fall 2004 or later
- Your graduation catalog year is 2004 or later
Please check whether your admission year, degree program catalog year, and degree program meet this criteria. If all of the above meet the criteria, please contact your advisor for assistance.
- I have accessed my Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report online; do I still need to see my advisor?
Yes, The Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report do not replace advising. They are generated to aid you and your advisor in planning your degree program and, eventually, to certify your graduation. Advisors provide many services to you, the student, that cannot be replaced with a degree audit report. If you don't know who your advisor is, please contact the advising center in your college or department.
- I have accessed my Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report online and have some questions about what it says. Where do I go or whom do I contact?
You may contact your advisor or college to clarify or verify the content of your report. If there are problems with your report, your advisor will help you solve the problem.
- I have changed my major and or have added a minor; will my Academic Requirements Degree Audit Report be affected?
Applicability of courses (including the GENED courses) you have taken will change as you change your major. Some courses may not apply to the new degree program.
- What is a Transfer Credit Report?
A Transfer Credit Report is a report generated when an admitted student has transfer courses. This report shows your transfer courses and how those courses transfer to UNLV.
- Who decides how courses will transfer?
Transfer courses are evaluated for general transferability by the Transfer Articulation and Degree Audit analysts. Accepted courses at the university level may or may not apply toward your degree program.
- Can I see how a transfer course will be accepted at UNLV?
This information is published on the transfer course equivalence tables. Please consult with an academic advisor for help with reading this resource.
- Will all of my accepted transfer courses apply toward my degree program?
Applicability of transfer courses toward your degree program is determined by your department and college. Please contact your advisor for transfer course applicability.
- When and how will my transfer work appear on the audit?
Once you have been admitted, any transfer course work accepted will appear on your audit. The degree audit report will show how it applies to your degree program.
- My questions haven't been answered; whom do I contact?
Please contact your advisor with your question or concern.