A student should consult with their academic advisor concerning requirements for their major. Requirements are also available in the Bulletin.
A student should consult with their academic advisor each semester before enrolling to determine courses still needed to satisfy
A student can obtain this information by running an unofficial degree evaluation (CAPP). You may access CAPP at any time in OASIS by clicking on Student Services and Financial Aid and then Student Records. The unofficial degree evaluation matches completed and registered classes with the requirements for degree program and produces a report. This report shows how the classes taken apply to the degree requirements and what classes need to be completed in the future. Use this report with assistance from your academic advisor to make decisions about what classes to take.
For completion of undergraduate plans of study of at least 60 credits, associate degrees may be conferred. For completion of undergraduate plans of study of at least 120 credits, bachelor's degrees may be conferred. These are minimum standards set by the university. Schools and divisions may impose stricter requirements so contact your academic advisor for specific requirements of your plan of study.
CAPP (Curriculum Advising and Program Planning) is IPFW’s online degree evaluation system. The system allows students to track their degree progress and academic standing, as well as the ability to explore other majors and their requirements. You can access CAPP in OASIS under
To waive or substitute a course requirement for your degree program, contact your academic advisor. Your advisor has the ability to waive course requirements and/or substitute courses you have taken for your graduation requirements.
If you feel any part of your CAPP report is inaccurate, discuss this with your academic advisor. It may be a simple matter of re-assigning or substituting a course to meet a particular requirement.