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Degree Audit / Course Applicability

DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System)

The DARS report is used to assist in degree planning and course selection.  You have access to your DARS report via e-Services, under 'Grades & Transcripts'.  It is important to review your DARS report carefully at least once a semester to ensure it represents what you are expecting in terms of graduation planning and degree completion.  Questions concerning your DARS report can be addressed by your academic adviser or the Records and Registration Office.

Plan to bring a copy of your DARS report to your advising sessions so you have the most up to date information available for your discussion with your academic adviser.  The DARS report will be your graduation plan when you apply for graduation, so ensuring it's accuracy is very important.

****Beginning February 3rd, 2010, the web DARS will be upgraded to the 'Interactive Degree Audit'.  In addition to displaying your progress in the requirements and sub-requirements of your degree program, you will have access to some interactive tools such as charts and graphs that depict your progress in your degree program. 

Quick Guide to reading your Interactive Degree Audit

Interactive Degree Audit Tutorial (captivate presentation)

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u.select/Course Applicability

u.Select is a on-line tool that displays how BSU will accept coursework from other institutions across the nation, as well as select Canadian and International institutions.  If you can't find the school you are transferring from, please contact the Admissions Office and ask for their transfer specialist for determination on how your prior coursework will be accepted. 

How to use u.select