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Academic Advising Center

Track Your Degree Progress

Students should visit the Registrar's Office website to review degree requirements and familiarize themselves with the Undergraduate Catalog and to satisfy all published degree requirments.  Failure to do so does not provide a basis for exceptions to academic requriements or policies.  It is expected that sutdents will receive assistance from general academic and faculty advisers, but students must assume responsibility for completing published degree requrements

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As a Towson University student you will be encouraged to keep track of your degree requirements and to meet regularly with your major adviser. There are three ways to plan and track your degree progress. Each option is available online and accessible through your Towson OnLine Services account (TOS). Below is a description of the methods by which students can plan, track, and review their academic progress.


The Degree Progress Report


The Degree Progress Report is an audit of your academic work. With it, you can quickly and easily access:

  • General Education requirements (GenEds or Core Requirements)
  • Credits earned towards graduation
  • Major and Minor coursework

My Academic Requirements


My Academic Requirements is a report that represents an interactive version of the Degree Progress Report. It assesses your progress in:

  • General Education requirements (GenEds or Core Requirements)
  • Credits earned towards graduation
  • Major and Minor coursework

You can think of the report as an audit of your academic work. Besides the look and feel being different from the Degree Progress Report, My Academic Requirements allows you to save courses to My Planner and enroll in courses that may satisfy a requirement directly from the report.

My Planner


My Planner allows you to plan courses based on your curriculum of study for an individual term, multiple terms, or for your entire program of study. Along with My Academic Requirements, you can view, add, and maintain the courses you need to take. Furthermore, My Planner allows you to enroll in specific classes from your planned courses when you are ready.

If you have any questions about interpretation of these reports, or how to access your online student account, read the tutorials below.

 

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E-mail: advising@towson.edu


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