​ What is DegreeWorks?

DegreeWorks is a web-based degree audit program designed to assist advisors and students in reviewing program requirements and program completion. DegreeWorks is a user friendly, paperless tool that also allows students to plan their future academic coursework here at DMACC.

Who can use DegreeWorks?

Anyone with access to myDMACC.

Where can I access DegreeWorks?

DegreeWorks can be accessed through myDMACC. Choose DegreeWorks button, and then select DegreeWorks Audit on your student profile​.

What should I do if the student's program or concentration is not correctly displaying?

Please submit a program change form​ or contact the Admissions Office.

Who should I contact if the degree requirements on DegreeWorks do not match the catalog?

Please contact the Credentials/Graduation Office.

What if transfer work/substitutions are not showing up in the audit, who can correct this?

Please contact the Credentials/Graduation Office.

What does the @ symbol mean?

The “@” symbol is used as a wild card.  If the “@” sign appears with course numbers after it (@ 100-200), it means that you can take any subject area with that level (a 100-200 level course from any subject area). If it appears after a subject prefix (HUM @), it means that you can take any course with that subject prefix (any course in Humanities).

If all requirements are met in DegreeWorks does that mean I have graduated from DMACC?

You are encouraged to use this degree audit report as a guide when planning your progress toward completion of the above requirements. Your academic advisor or the Registrar's Office may be contacted for assistance in interpreting this report. This audit is not your academic transcript and it is not official notification of completion of degree or certificate requirements. Please contact the Registrar's Office regarding this degree audit report, your official degree /certificate completion status, or to obtain a copy of your academic transcript.