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Registrar Support: Degree Audit

Degree Audit

New students starting August 2017 and on.

Please access the SST website: Degree Audit and Transcripts for appropriate steps.


All other students please use the steps below.

Viewing Your Degree Audit

A Degree Audit is the your official record. This electronic document enables students to track their degree requirements and progress towards the completion of their program.  Your Degree Audit includes all awarded transfer of credit, courses completed, and unfulfilled degree requirements.

To view your Degree Audit, you will need to log into your myWalden portal.

  • Once you are logged into your myWalden portal, select the Student Services Tab.
  • Under the Registration and Degree Audit section, select the Register for Courses and/or View Degree Audit link.

snapshot of the link for the degree audit

  • After clicking this link, a new page will load with a drop down menu of available terms.
    • If you do not see a new page load, please ensure that you have turned off your pop-up blockers.
  • In the drop down menu of available terms, select the appropriate term for registration – visit the Academic Calendar page or contact an Academic Advisor for assistance in determining which term you need – and then hit Submit.

screenshot of current term

  • On the next page, click the blue link that identifies your program. This will direct you to your Degree Audit.

screenshot of the degree confirmation link

Your program requirements are listed on the Degree Audit. If you are in a program that allows for self-registration of courses or residencies, you can use this screen to register for your next course or residency should registration be open.

Academic Residencies Listed on your Degree Audit

The residency section of your degree audit is an all-or-nothing section. You will see each of the residencies you have completed but the section itself will not be marked as “met” until all residency requirements have been met.

screenshot of residency section of degree audit

In the example above, this student is required to complete four residencies as part of her program, but has only completed two (and is registered for her third). As not all four residencies have been completed, this degree requirement is marked as “Not Met.”