Interactive Degree Audit (DARS)

The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) produces a report designed to help students identify and understand current academic requirements for degree or program completion. This program will monitor students’ progress by:

  • identifying all requirements needed to complete a specific program;
  • indicating how the courses the student has already completed apply toward to the requirements; and
  • specifying what is still needed to complete the degree or program and the courses from which students may select to satisfy each requirement.

The interactive degree audit report (DARS) can be viewed in eServices by clicking on the “Grades and Transcripts” link on the left side of the screen, followed by the “Interactive Degree Audit Report” link.

It is the student’s responsibility to complete all requirements for the selected program, whether or not these requirements have been identified on the DARS report. Therefore, students are encouraged to review the DARS report with an advisor or counselor as early in his or her college career as possible, especially when the student has transferred credits to Normandale.