Attempted hours are defined as all hours accumulated throughout a student’s career at an institution (including all passed courses, failed courses, repeated courses, courses dropped after drop-add period, summer courses and transfer work).
Once you log in and reach the home screen in DegreeWorks, you can enter in a student's Banner ID or you can press the Find button (upper left corner of the screen), which will bring up the Find Students panel.
While there are many options on this panel, we recommend either:
If multiple students show up after conducting a search, you can scroll through the student list and search for the student's major. Instead of clicking on each checkmark to uncheck the students, you can click the Uncheck All button (bottom right-hand corner) and then checkmark the student you intend to review.
You can count only 46 hours above the core / general education curriculum requirements in any one discipline toward your degree.
For example, if you have 52 hours toward your Sustainable Development, Environmental Studies BA, you would need to take enough courses outside the department to reach 122 hours without counting the extra six hours within your discipline. To graduate, you would need 128 hours total to account for the extra 6 hours you took within your department.
DegreeWorks displays a student's program of study worksheet based upon the program, course information and catalog year in the Banner student data system and the curriculum scribed in DegreeWorks.
For degree-seeking, you should see a degree block and a major block, and a concentration block if the major requires a concentration. You should also see a general education block unless the student has met those requirements in some other way (CCC CORE, GEP MET, etc.)