Degree Audit

Northshore Technical Community College provides the highest quality of learning for students seeking a competitive edge in a global economy. It is our goal to provide a seamless and transparent process to completing a certificate, technical diploma, and/or an associate degree. Students and Faculty can access appropriate degree audit forms that reflect the program curriculum found in the College Catalog. Each degree audit is unique and additional information about a particular program can be found in the College Catalog.

A degree audit is an unofficial report on a student's progress through a program curriculum. It displays the requirements of the degree, technical diploma, and/or certificate along with concentrations students have declared by applying the student's coursework to the degree, technical diploma, and/or certificate requirements and evaluating the progress toward completion.

Degree Audit Listings:

Guide to General Education Elective Options

Important Notes about Degree Audits:

  • It is not a transcript. It is an internal College document and not intended for distribution outside of the College.
  • It is not the College Catalog. The College Catalog is the official curriculum document for the College.
  • Substitutions or waivers approved by the appropriate divisional dean must be officially noted on the student's degree audit.
  • It is not meant to replace proper advising. It is however meant to aid and assist students and advisers and to improve the advising process.