You are encouraged to use the online Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) to check on progress toward your degree. DARS is a useful tool but it should not replace one-on-one degree planning with an SET advisor.
Registration and Courses
- SET Registration Policies
- Course Planning Tools
- SET Schedule Planning Grids
- Academic Standards/Policies
Forms for Directed Readings/Research and Undergraduate Internships
Students can take a maximum of 10 credits total of 497/498/499 to apply to their degree.