The best way to know is if students meet with their academic advisors and review their degree audit using the Interactive Degree Audit (IDA).
Students may also use the Interactive Degree Audit 2.0 Planner (IDA 2.0), which allows them to list courses that they might take to estimate how these courses will apply toward a degree. Students should use the planner frequently to adjust for registrations for current and future semesters.
Important: The planner does not register students for courses, guarantee that the courses they have listed will be offered for the semester they indicated, or guarantee that a student will be able to enroll in those courses. Some courses are offered infrequently or only in certain semesters. For more information, visit IDA 2.0 Student Planner website.