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Associate Degree Audit Forms

Attention: All students planning to complete an Associate Degree

Make sure you have done a Degree Audit (i.e. a checklist of the requirements) – see below for the audit for each degree concentration.

Common mistakes to avoid:

  1. Registering in too many courses for a category (e.g. too many Arts courses): These courses become redundant, and cannot be counted towards your Associate Degree. This is a waste of your time and money.
  2. Not registering in Pre-requisite courses first: Most Second year courses have pre-requisites that must be completed first.
  3. Postponing English 099 or 100 too long if you have not received a “C”: You may find that you have to stay 1 extra semester to complete the 6 credits of UT English that are required.
  4. Postponing Math Science requirements too long for AD Arts (e.g.:  a Lab course which meets 3 days a week)
  5. Not understanding precluded credits (e.g. Math 100 and Math 110 count only as 1 course – 3 credits; Math 111 and Math 113 and Math 115 also count as 1 course towards an Associate Degree).
  6. You cannot get credit for: Biol 100 after taking Biol 110 or 120; Chem 100 after taking Chem 121; or Phys 100 after taking Phys 110 or 130. 
  7. You cannot get credit for Math 100 or 110 after passing Math 111, 113, or 115. 
  8. Csci 237 is a 2nd year Business course, and it does not count as a 2nd year Science course, but it can be used as a 1st year Science course. 
  9. Biol 100, Chem 100, and Phys 100 cannot be used as electives for any Associate of Science Degree. 
  10. Not having a cumulative GPA of 2.0: You may have to repeat a course to improve your cumulative GPA. A cumulative GPA of 1.98 will not get you an Associate Degree. 

See a counsellor for a degree audit if you have any questions.  It may prevent you from facing problems in the future.



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