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The text at the top of the audit details the date and time of your request, your student ID number and name, and the degree program and catalog year you requested.
Requirements are specific areas of course work that are required for a degree program. Three different indicators appear on these sections as symbols with the following alt text:
Clicking on a requirement expands the view to display its sub-requirements. These are more specific requirements that are also needed for the degree program.
Each sub-requirement's completion status is indicated by either a minus/negative sign (-, incomplete) or a plus/positive sign (+, complete).
Completed sub-requirements show a summary of the class used to fulfilled them, including the term taken, course number, credits earned, grade received, course title, and where/how it was taken (if not at CU-Boulder).
NOTE: Grades of "T" or "T" and a letter grade were either completed through testing (e.g., AP, IB, CLEP) or were transferred in from another institution. Grades of "***" indicate the course is currently in progress.
Most incomplete sub-requirements show a "SELECT FROM" list of all CU-Boulder courses that meet the sub-requirement. Click on a linked course number to view the catalog description.
TIP: Use "SELECT FROM" lists to help choose courses that meet the requirement(s).
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