UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
What is a Degree Audit Report (DAR)?
A Degree Audit Report (DAR) provides a record of your academic progress toward completion of a specific degree program. The DAR reviews your UW-River Falls course work, including in-progress courses, and all transfer coursework to evaluate the completion of the requirements for your specific degree. The DAR itemizes specific requirements and shows the steps that you have taken or need to take to complete your degree.
Obtaining a DAR
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Running a "What If" DAR
Double Counting Courses
In some cases a course may apply to more than one requirement and will appear on your DAR more than once. However, the credits for these courses will be applied only once to the cumulative credits and GPA. Courses which have been retaken will only receive credit once.
Double Counting Conditions
A program exception is an exception made allowing a course to fulfill the requirement of a similar course. Exceptions need to be approved and submitted directly to our office. If you are requesting an exception in your University Requirements, General Education, or College Requirements, you would need to see the Dean of your College. If the exception falls within your major or minor, you would need to see the department chair of the major or minor. Any exceptions or substitutions to your degree program that have been received in the Registrar's Office will be entered on your DAR.