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Along with your college, school or program, the Office of the Registrar can help you think through degree options, timelines and requirements.
Track your degree progress by reviewing your transfer credit and running a degree audit—we'll show you how and help you interpret the results.
This handy guide outlines how to change your academic program in each college and school.
If you're working on a bachelor's degree and plan to earn a master's in the same area, you may want to join a bachelor's–accelerated master's program.
Students may earn GT Pathways credit in two ways: by passing a challenge exam or by submitting a portfolio for review.
If you retake a course for grade replacement, your original grade will still appear on your transcript, but your cumulative GPA will only include the grade from your most recent attempt.