The interactive audit compares undergraduate student course work against the specific requirements that are in place for a student’s degree program. Audits may be run at any time, and a new audit showing progress toward program completion will be generated each time a request is made.
If you are already logged into MyMichiganTech, you can run an audit directly. Otherwise, log into MyMichiganTech: Current Students and access the Undergraduate Degree Audit link under Academic Information.
Frequently Asked Questions
The degree audit is a tool for undergraduate students and academic advisors to use in the advising process. It is an automated record of a student’s progress toward degree and/or program completion. It also shows all of the requirements needed to receive a degree and which courses are used to satisfy those requirements. The audit is not available for students who started at MTU under the quarter system nor for graduate students.
The audit provides a way for you to track your academic process in an easy to read format. It is a useful tool for planning which courses you will need to register for in upcoming semesters.
Yes, you are strongly advised to meet with your academic advisor. Your advisor will use the audit in the process of advising and can answer any questions regarding degree requirements and course substitutions and/or waivers, which must be approved by your department before they can be included in your record.
- Sign into MyMichiganTech
- Select current students from the tool bar
- Select Undergraduate Degree Audit within Academic Information
Note: Students who attended Michigan Tech under the quarter system will not be able to access an audit. Please see your academic advisor.
All course work, including transfer, exchange, and AP credit, will appear on your audit.
This may mean that your transfer credit has not yet been received and/or evaluated, or that your course substitution(s) and/or waiver (s) has not yet been entered into the system. See your advisor.
It’s likely that the equivalencies are not specific enough to apply to your program requirements. Contact your academic advisor. A course substitution may be required.
If you feel that the audit is not correctly analyzing your course information, you should contact your academic advisor to review your audit together.
- Before you register to help you choose the courses that will best satisfy your requirements.
- After you have registered for any given semester to ensure that the courses for which you have registered are fulfilling requirements.
- Whenever you change your major or minor to see how courses you have taken are fulfilling the new set of requirements.
While every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy, final confirmation of degree requirements is subject to department and university approval. Therefore, it is important that you continue to meet with your academic advisor to discuss graduation requirements. Your degree audit must run complete and be finalized by your advisor before your degree will be awarded.
No. The degree audit is an internal document used for academic advising. It is NOT an official documentation of your academic record. An official transcript provides this documentation and can be ordered from the Registrar's Office.
If you run an audit and receive no results or receive the message 'Program Not Defined' or 'Degree Audit', contact your advisor or Degree Services.