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
Materials Science & Engineering
Dr. Peter Collins
Materials Science & Engineering Department
Discovery Park E132
Electrical Engineering Department
Discovery Park B252
Mechanical & Energy Engineering
Dr. Xiaohua Li, Dr. Cherish Qualls
Mechanical & Energy Engineering Department
Discovery Park F101