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  • Degree Progress Reports

  • What’s been happening?

    DPR and Transfer Credit project started in July 2014

    • 330 undergraduate majors • 172 second majors • 108 minors • 97 undergraduate certificates

    994 active plans have been encoded:

    • 215 graduate majors • 54 graduate certificates • 14 law majors • 4 law certificates

    The starting requirement term chosen was Fall 2009

    • This was 5 years prior to the project start date • We now have 8 years of requirement changes for all plans

  • What’s been happening?

    DPR and Transfer Credit project started in July 2014

    • More than 10,000 exceptions are currently being recreated in PeopleSoft, many of these being manually done. Only processed for students in active status

    • More than 227,000 transfer courses are currently being copied into PeopleSoft. Only copied for students in active status

    Transfer work and exceptions copied or recreated:

  • What’s been happening?

    DPR and Transfer Credit project started in July 2014

    • More than 2,600 institutions were set up • More than 66,000 course rules were built • Process went live in PeopleSoft beginning February 6, 2017

    Transfer Credit processing :

  • What’s been happening?

    DPR and Transfer Credit project started in July 2014

    And after almost 3 very long years …

    … we’re finally ready to introduce …

    Degree Progress Reports

  • What drives the DPR?

  • What drives the DPR?

    The Student Program/Plan

    Career Requirement Term • Drives requirements at the Career level • Currently, General Education and Honors Distribution are the only requirements driven

    by this requirement term • This term should be no earlier than Fall 1994 (3947)

  • What drives the DPR?

    The Student Program/Plan

    Program Requirement Term • Drives requirements at the Program level • Currently, Post Baccalaureate and CBA Residency are the only requirements driven by

    this requirement term • This should be the first term the student became a PB or admitted into CBA

  • What drives the DPR?

    The Student Program/Plan

    Plan Requirement Term • Drives requirements at the Plan level • All major, 2nd major, minor and certificate requirements are driven by this requirement

    term • If a student’s plan requirement term is prior to Fall 2009, requirements may not

    appear

  • How do I run a DPR?

  • How do I run a DPR?

    Like using PeopleSoft Proper?

    • Navigate: Academic Advisement> Student Advisement > Request Advisement Report

    • Enter your student’s ID and Academic Institution and click Search

    Prefer using the Student Center?

    • Use your usual navigation to access your student’s Student Center

    • Depending on your navigation, enter your student’s ID and click Search

  • How do I run a DPR?

    Like using PeopleSoft Proper?

    • Click on the Process Request button

    • Note: The “View Report” link will display the most recent DPR produced

    Prefer using the Student Center?

    • Under Academics, click on the drop-down and select My Degree Progress Report. Then click on the double arrow

  • How do I run a DPR?

    Like using PeopleSoft Proper?

    • In the rare instance that a student’s DPR has never been produced, the search will return “No matching values were found”

    • Click on the Add a New Value tab, enter the ID, Institution, and Report Type of ADV, then click Add

    • Then click Process Request

    Prefer using the Student Center?

    • In the rare instance that a student’s DPR has never been produced, you will see this message. Jump to PeopleSoft Proper and follow those instructions

  • How do I read a DPR?

  • How do I read a DPR?

    The DPR Header

    The header includes the student’s name, ID and all active Program/Plan information by Career • This student has an active Undergraduate Career, in the program UNIVU,

    and in the Middle Level Education-Language Arts/Science plan

  • How do I read a DPR?

    The DPR Header

    The header includes all active Program/Plan information by Career • This student has an active Undergraduate Career, in the program A&SU,

    in the Political Science – Criminal Justice Track 2 plan, and is also pursuing 3 minors

  • How do I read a DPR?

    The DPR Header

    The header includes all active Program/Plan information by Career • If the student is active in more than 1 career (Graduate, Law or

    Undergraduate), a drop-down will appear allowing you to switch between careers

  • How do I read a DPR?

    Requirement Groups / Requirements / Requirement Lines

    Requirement Groups (RG) contain all requirements for the major. They are indicated by a dark blue bar Requirements (RQ) contain the requirement line items. They are indicated by a light blue bar Requirement Line Items (L) contain the course requirements that need to be met. They are indicated as a line item

  • How do I read a DPR? Requirement Group (RG) Requirements (RQ) Requirement Lines (L)

  • How do I read a DPR?

    Requirement Lines may not be set up the same way they appeared in DARS. Or’d courses will appear in their own separate Line

  • How do I read a DPR?

    Requirements (RQ) and Requirement Lines (L) state what is needed to satisfy the requirement or line.

  • How do I read a DPR? The Status column indicates the status of the course(s). Currently registered courses and courses with IP grades are considered In Progress. If the course has been completed or is currently enrolled, the “When” column indicates the term completed or enrolled. Courses that have not been taken will display when the course is typically offered (if indicated in the Course Catalog).

  • How do I read a DPR? As requirement lines are satisfied, they will display a green check and the requirement line will collapse. Requirement lines that were or’d with another line will disappear. Currently registered coursework will satisfy requirements. Once all requirements in a Group have been satisfied, the Group will collapse.

  • How do I read a DPR?

    Course lists in a requirement line will sort numerically. Want to sort by a different column? Click on the column header! This course list was sorted by “When”.

  • New and improved things in the DPR!

  • What’s new and improved?

    Consistency!!! All majors follow the same standard template: • The General Education group appears before the Major group for

    undergraduates • The cumulative GPA and credit requirements appear at the beginning of

    the Major group for all careers • For undergraduates, the minimum GPA and minimum credits needed for

    the degree are only listed once at the beginning of the Major group

  • What’s new and improved?

    Consistency!!!

    All careers have an Important Notes group: • The Important Notes group contains information pertinent to that career • If students have courses that fall within a category listed in this group,

    those courses will appear under the appropriate Line item • A list of all courses taken, including repeated courses, can be found in this

    group

  • What’s new and improved?

    Improvements!!!

    For the Undergraduate career: • The Final Credits in Residence requirement line is active as of the student’s

    first term. The graduation application no longer dictates when this requirement “turns on”

    • The minimum credits required for Post Baccalaureate students no longer requires manual intervention. A separate Requirement Group (RG) will appear for these students

  • What’s new and improved?

    Improvements!!!

    Course lists contain more than just the course number: • DPR course lists not only display the course number, they also display the

    course description, units (credit hours), and when the course is offered/was taken

    • Courses in a course list are tied to the Course Catalog. When a course number or description changes, so does the course list (as long as the change was made to the same course ID in the catalog).

    • Courses that have become inactive no longer appear in the course list • Why is the course description a hyperlink????

  • What’s new and improved?

    Improvements!!!

    Course lists contain more than just the course number: • Want to know more about a particular course? Click on the course

    description hyperlink!

  • What’s new and improved?

    Improvements!!!

    Auto ICT requirements are now a part of the DPR: • Students not admitted into their college will see a “College Admission (ICT)