DegreeWorks and CAPP

It's important to track your progress toward your degree. Ideally, you should check your degree evaluation at the end of each term and also when registering for future terms.


DegreeWorks - for undergraduate students admitted fall 2014 or later and graduate students

DegreeWorks Updates

  • Data is updated nightly. Any exceptions, program changes, etc., will show up the following day.
  • The degree audit is available to students and faculty/staff who have an advising role.

DegreeWorks not only shows a student’s degree requirements and progress toward degree, it also provides:

  •  What-if audits to show how a change of major or minor could impact degree progress.
  •  Look-ahead audits to see how future courses would meet certain requirements.
  • GPA calculators to see what is needed to achieve a desired GPA.

Need help?

  • Contact your major or minor department if you have questions about major or minor requirements.
  • Contact Niner Central if you have questions about how to read or interpret your degree evaluation.

CAPP - for undergraduate students admitted prior to fall 2014

What is CAPP?

  • CAPP is the acronym for Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning
  • CAPP searches through in-progress courses, transfer credit, and courses taken at UNC Charlotte to find courses that match the degree requirement
  • CAPP can be used to assist with advising and/or to verify completed graduation requirements. Ideally, you should check the CAPP degree evaluation at the end of each term to verify the progress of your degree requirements and also when registering for future terms.
  • CAPP is not a replacement for advising.


How to run an evaluation and understand the results:


Need help?

  • Contact your major or minor department if you have questions about major or minor requirements.
  • Contact Niner Central if you have questions about how to read or interpret your degree evaluation.