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Degree Progress Report

The degree progress report is an unofficial document available in CAESAR to undergraduate students*, Law students and their advisers.

It displays the requirements of the degree, major(s) or minor(s) students have declared, by applying the student's coursework to the degree requirements and evaluating the progress toward degree completion.

The “What-If” degree progress reports allow students to select other programs they are considering (such as a new major or minor, or interschool transfer for undergraduates) and view how their courses may fulfill those degree requirements before they formally pursue changing their declared program of study. It is a useful planning and advising tool. Formal declaration of new programs is not handled via this tool.

*McCormick students’ requirements are evaluated and maintained in the McCormick Advising System (MAS).

Important notes about the degree progress report:

CAESAR navigation for a degree progress report:




CAESAR navigation for a what-if report: