The DegreeWorks degree evaluation tool in LEO Online is designed to assist advisors and students with course planning, measuring progress toward program completion, and curriculum advising. The degree evaluation is based on catalog term and indicates degree requirement conditions that are "met" and "not met" by analyzing a student's grades and GPA, credit hours, and completed course work against University, college, and departmental requirements for specific courses/majors/programs. General Education, minor and cluster requirements can also be included in the degree evaluation.
Degree Evaluation Report
A degree evaluation report is not an official evaluation, is subject to modification, and does not replace any requirements listed in the University Catalog.
At this time, substitutions are being implemented into the DegreeWorks tool.
All substitutions and waivers that have been authorized or approved for a student must be submitted to the Registrar's Office and loaded into the student information system before they will be reflected in a student's degree evaluation report.
A "what-if" analysis may be run to assist students who want to know the effect of changing their major or minor. NOTE: Students whose major is undeclared or "intended" must use the What-If analysis to run a degree evaluation. These students should meet with the academic advisor for their major(s) to ensure that they are officially declared into a degree program.
How to Run an Evaluation
For instructions to run a degree evaluation or a what-if analysis, please see Accessing DegreeWorks.
Students or advisors using the tool who find discrepancies, errors, or omissions should report them via e-mail to DegreeWorks@odu.edu with your name, UIN, and a detailed description of the issue(s).