Terms you will see when using IDA 2.0
- Alias Course:
- when one course is used in place of another to fulfill the requirement the alias is displayed
- a report of your progress toward satisfying degree requirements
- an official university publication containing the requirements for degrees offered at UT Austin. Catalogs are identified by the two-year period for which they were published. Students should consult their adviser if they are uncertain of their eligibility to graduate under the requirements of a specific catalog.
- a type of audit. A certified audit is prepared in your dean's office to ensure that you have fulfilled the degree requirements printed in a catalog to which you have a legitimate claim. It is one component of your dean's review of your eligibility to graduate and the most official type of audit.
- Core Curriculum:
- a set of course requirements required of all students graduating from the university.
- Credit Hours:
- the number of hours of credit a course is worth.
- the courses or hours that are counting for that requirement
- Curriculum Flags:
- in the process of fulfilling the core curriculum and other degree requirements, undergraduates complete courses with significant content in the following six areas:
|Flag Abbreviation||Flag Name||Flag Abbreviation||Flag Name|
|GC||Global Cultures||CD||Cultural Diversity in The United States|
|EL||Ethics & Leadership||II||Independent Inquiry|
- electronic ID. Your UT EID and password allow you to use secure UT services on the web.
- courses for which you have registered in an upcoming semester.
- grade point average
- the grade associated with one course
|Grade||# of points||Grade||# of points|
|I||Permanent incomplete (grad students)|
|S||Satisfactory (Developmental Studies courses)|
|U||Unsatisfactory (Developmental Studies courses)|
|W||Withdrawal from all courses for semester|
|X||Temporary delay in assignment of final grade|
|Z||Enrolled on pass/fail (undergrad) or credit/no credit (grad) basis|
|UGRD||Undergraduate Studies||GBUS||Graduate Business|
- the semester in which course was undertaken
- describes the status of a course
|Transfer||course transferred from another institution.|
|Credit by exam||a course earned through UT Austin credit by exam.|
|Classroom Extension||a course completed through UT Austin extension studies in the classroom environment.|
|Online Extension||a course completed through UT Austin extension studies in the online environment.|
|In-Residence||courses completed in residence at UT Austin.|
|Transfer-CBE/Misc||courses transferred to UT Austin that were credit by exam or a miscellaneous category at another school|
- In Progress:
- counting courses you are enrolled in at the time the audit is submitted
- what is required to fulfill the requirement
- courses projected to be taken in future semester (added to your planner)
- indication that a degree requirement can be met with multiple combinations of courses.
- combination of degree program and catalog based on declared major.
- Progress toward degree:
- an estimation based on your coursework of the percentage of your degree you have completed
- the hours or courses required to meet a requirement
- a four character abbreviation that identifies the school in which you were enrolled at the time you finished the course.
- a five-digit number that identifies individual sections of courses offered by UT Austin