Repeated Courses in Degree Works
When a student is currently registered in a repeated course, Degree Works does its best to predict how that course will fit into their audit once it is completed. When the repeated course is completed, Degree Works will simply follow the repeat indicators on their transcript. Please note that that Look Ahead tool does not recognize these repeat rules.
Scroll down or click the bulleted links below to read detailed explanations of different scenarios paired with screenshots. You can also view this full sample audit which includes all of the examples below:
When a student registers for a course for which they already have a passing grade (A, B, C, or D), the graded course will stay in the audit, applying to whichever requirement it was already applying to. The ungraded course will go to the Insufficient section.
If the course being repeated was already insufficient (grade of F or W), then the in-progress course will apply to the audit instead, since the failed course is unable to be used.
If a student is repeating a course for which there is a minimum grade requirement but their previous attempt was below the minimum grade (but not “F”), then neither course will apply to the requirement.
In a case like this, the in-progress/preregistered course will apply to any requirement in the audit that it can (often electives or Fallthrough). Since the course must be repeated in situations like this, wherever it is currently applying should not be considered met.
Once the minimum grade is earned in the in-progress/preregistered course, it will apply to the requirement and the previous attempt below the minimum grade will go to Insufficient.
If a student is registered in the same course across two future terms (in-progress and preregistered), Degree Works does not consider these to be repeated. Both courses will apply to the audit wherever possible.
If both courses are completed, only one will end up applying to the audit. However, if either is dropped then the remaining one will continue to apply to the audit.