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Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning

Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning

What is an online degree evaluation?

The product of the system that interactively matches courses completed at UNCG with undergraduate degree requirements allowing you to view your academic progress.

Current and admitted students and their advisors

Who can use the degree evaluation?

  • Students in the Bryan School of Business & Economics who entered UNCG in the fall 2001 semester or later for business majors, or fall 2003 or later for CARS and HTMT majors, have access to view progress toward major and general education requirements.
  • Students in the School of Health and Human Sciences, School of Nursing, and the College of Arts and Sciences who entered UNCG in the fall 2003 semester or later have access to view progress toward major and general education requirements.
  • Students in the School of Education who entered UNCG in the fall 2004 semester or later have access to view progress toward major and general education requirements.
  • Students in the School of School of Music, Theatre and Dance who entered UNCG in the fall 2004 semester or later, for music, or fall 2003 or later for theatre and dance, have access to view progress toward major and general education requirements.

Convenient!

When can I view my evaluation?

At any time, 24/7, using UNCGenie. Ideally, you should check your progress at the completion of each term and when you register for additional courses.

Commencement!

Why should I use CAPP?

  • Your CAPP evaluation lists the degree requirements, summarizes progress based on your academic record, and assists in selecting courses that will apply to the completion of your degree.
  • The CAPP evaluation is a reliable tool providing accurate, up-to-date information when you need it.

Complete Instructions

How can I generate an evaluation and interpret the results?

Contact Information

What if I have other questions about CAPP?

Please read our frequently asked questions. If you need information that is not addressed in our documentation, e-mail the CAPP division for additional assistance.