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- Program: a program is a degree and a major, or a certificate
- Campus: usually blank
- College: your school (e.g. Arts, Business, Science)
- Degree: e.g.. BA, BS, BBA
- Level: this will always be undergraduate
- Majors: your declared major(s)
- Departments: usually blank
- Catalog Term: this is the catalog term (and requirements) that the CAPP audit is being run against... your first matriculated term unless you have formally requested a subsequent catalog
- Evaluation Term: the term for which the audit was run
- Expected Graduation Date: usually blank
- Request Number: the total number of CAPP audits you have run
- Results as of: the date you ran the CAPP audit
- Minors: your declared minor(s)
- Concentrations: blank
The following section gives the overall requirements for your program. Under the "Met" category, "Yes" means you have met the requirement and "No" means you have not met the requirements of your program.
The "Credits Required" column lists the credits required for your program. You can ignore the "Courses Required" and "Used" columns on the right side as they do not apply to Siena College.
- Total Required: the number of total credits needed for completion of your program
- Required Institutional: the number of credits you are required to take at Siena College
- Program GPA: same as overall GPA
- Overall GPA: you are required to have at least a 2.00 overall GPA to graduate
- Other Course Information: this is usually blank
- Transfer: this lists the number of transfer credits (and classes) you have in the Siena College system
- In Progress: this is the number of credits that you are currently taking
- Unused: this is the number of credits (and classes) that are not being used by the audit (usually because of poor grades)
The following areas explain in detail the requirements of your program. Everyone will have major, core foundation, core disciplinary, core area, electives, and arts attributes areas.
Business students will also have pre-business foundations and skills, business core, and business attributes areas.
Some people will have a major auxiliary and/ or minor areas.
There are requirements for each area. These requirements are listed in the catalog under which you matriculated. The requirements and your progress are shown in detail under each area below. Each area follows the same format.
The left side of the area shows the requirements. The right side of the area shows what you have done and any courses that are currently in progress.
Requirements to Be Met and What You Have Done
- Area: a subset of a program's requirements
- Met: "Yes" means you have met the requirement and "No" means you have not met the requirement
- Condition: this is an and/or statement describing the requirements...this should be read "courseX 'AND' courseY 'OR' courseZ”
- Rule: code used to choose one or more required courses from a group of courses (the rule definition follows the rule code)
- Subject: course code
- Attribute: a code assigned to a group of courses necessary to meet a requirement
- Low: the course number must be higher (or equal to) this number
- High: the course number must be lower (or equal to) this number
- Required Credits: # of hours required to fulfill the requirement
- Required Courses: # of courses that are required to fulfill the requirement
- Term: the term you took the course
- Subject: course code
- Course: course number
- Title: the title of the course you took (or transferred equivalent)
- Attribute: the attribute code used to meet the requirement
- Credits: the number of hours of the course you took or are currently taking
- Grade: the grade you received
- Source: either "H" for academic history, "T" for transfer, or "R" for currently registered
- Total Credits and GPA: the number of credits and GPA earned that apply to this particular area