Degree Audit is an academic advising tool that monitors student progress toward the fulfillment of degree requirements. This tabulation tracks the course progression for overall university requirements, general education requirements, and program requirements.
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A review of your academic record has identified course work that might be duplicated. A duplicate course shows when you have taken a non-repeatable course more than once, or have taken a repeatable course more than the maximum times allowed. The course work in questions is shown within the red "Duplicate Courses" button at the top of the page.
It is recommended that you meet with your college/department advisor to review this work for accuracy, as it could affect your degree completion timing. More information about repeating courses can be found in NKU's undergraduate catalog.
Example: SOC 100 is counting in Individual and Society and you want it to count for Global Viewpoints.
Example: A student has transfer credit that came in as ENG 230, which is not an approved course for the Written Communication I foundation of knowledge
Example: Your program requires STA 205 but you have taken STA 212 and would like to substitute STA 212 for STA 205