UCSD degree audit is an analytical tool that enables you and your academic advisors to assess your progress toward completion of your major requirements, college general education requirements, university requirements, and (if applicable) minor requirements.
A valuable tool for academic planning and course selection, the UC San Diego degree audit aligns your in-progress and completed course work with the requirements of your degree program.
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How to run a degree audit at UC San Diego
Run a new degree audit when you log on to MyTritonLink to get an updated look at your progress toward your degree.
UCSD degree audit system provides results in real-time, so you can run an audit when you change your classes or once grades are posted. The degree audit is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Log on HERE and enter your TritonLink username and password.
- The “Request an Audit” page appears, listing your currently active degree program(s). Click Run Declared Programs.
- Your new degree audit is now ready to view. Click the View Audit link.
- Degree Audits are a snapshot in time of your progress towards degree completion. Audits are deleted by the system after 7 days. Run a new audit to show your latest academic information. If you would like to save an audit, save a PDF to your computer.
How to read your degree audit
Your degree audit is broken up into individual components:
- College general education (GE) requirements
- University requirements.
See a degree audit example (PDF) with notes describing each section of a UCSD degree audit.
UCSD degree audit terms
Not Passing (NP): A grade of P or NP reflects whether you have passed the course, but does not otherwise indicate your performance. These grades are not included in your GPA calculation; however, a P (passing) grade counts toward your earned credit hours or the required number of units for your certificate.
Not for Credit (NFC): A grade of “NFC” reflects that you were enrolled in the course but does not indicate your performance. This grade appears on your transcript, but is not included in your GPA calculation and is not counted toward your earned credit hours or the required number of units for your certificate.
NR: A grade with NR means there’s no record.
Blank: The term blank in UCSD degree audit means the grade has not been reported.