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Understanding the Degree Evaluation
Read Your Degree Evaluation
- What the Degree Evaluation Does
Your degree evaluation outlines everything you need to complete to stay on track and graduate from SDSU. This includes your graduation, General Education and major requirements.
As you complete classes, the degree evaluation changes. Therefore, it is a great resource to help you track your progress towards your degree and graduate on time!
Your degree evaluation is a resource that you can access anytime at your convenience. You may view your degree evaluation online through your WebPortal account or obtain a printed version from the Academic Advising Center.
Degree Evaluation Concepts
- How to Read the Degree Evaluation
Distinguish between the types of academic advising available on campus and know where to go when you have questions
- How Academic Advisers Help
Any time you have a question, you should meet with an academic adviser. Advisers are available to make sure you are on track and making progress towards graduation.
Since SDSU has a dual model for academic advising, you need to know which type of adviser you need to speak with based upon your question:
Advisers in the Academic Advising Center can inform you about graduation and General Education requirements, and university policies and procedures.
Major department advisers assist with impaction and major requirements. They can also advise you on your graduate school and career options.
Remember to see academic advisers on a regular basis. Don’t wait until it’s too late!
Academic Advising Concepts
Academic Advising Overview
Please examine Mr. Aztec’s degree evaluation.
Based on what you see here, how many remaining Foundations – Humanities courses will Mr. Aztec need to complete?
One course selected from either Literature or Foreign Language.
Write a short reflection on how understanding your degree evaluation can help you plan your future class schedules and will assist you in graduating on time.