What is a degree audit?
- An official degree plan from the university.
- All the courses and requirements you need to complete.
- All the courses and requirements you have completed.
- Everything you have done that is being applied to your degree.
How do I get a degree audit?
Step 1: Contact your faculty advisor from your department to make an appointment.
Step 2: Bring catalog descriptions of any transfer courses to the appointment.
Step 3: Your faculty advisor will complete a degree audit request form.
Step 4: Your faculty advisor will send the request form to the advising office. It will be processed at this time.
Step 5: A copy of your degree audit will be emailed to you at your EagleConnect address. The degree audit is also accessible to you via MyUNT (Student Center > My Academics > Run Audit > Go > View Audit > Open All Sections).
Please note, it takes 4-6 weeks to receive your audit.
When should I get a degree audit?
Once you have chosen your major and met the College of Engineering Admissions criteria.
Please note, you can't graduate unless you have requested a degree audit.
Still have more questions?
Contact your faculty advisor from your specific department
Dr. Ryan Garlick
Computer Science & Engineering Department
Discovery Park F201
Construction Engineering Tech
Electrical Engineering Tech
Manufacturing Engineering Tech
Mechanical Engineering Tech
Dr. Robert Hayes
Engineering Technology Department
Discovery Park F115
Dr. Gayatri Mehta
Electrical Engineering Department
Discovery Park B252
Materials Science & Engineering
Dr. Peter Collins
Materials Science & Engineering Department
Discovery Park E132
Mechanical & Energy Engineering
Dr. Xiaohua Li, Dr. Cherish Qualls
Mechanical & Energy Engineering Department
Discovery Park F101