Degree Map FAQS


Introduction/ General Information

  • Where do I go to log into Degree Map?

    I am not able to log into Degree Map. What should I do?

    Is there a recommended browser to use for Degree Map?

    I am a Graduate student. When I log into Degree Map, I receive a message that I do not have access. What should I do?

    What does the Refresh prompt message I see at the top of Degree Map do?

Profile Page

  • The Profile Page: What information does it provide?

    How do I set an educational goal?

    What information can I find on the degree progress tracker?

Degree Progress Page

  • Degree Progress page: What information does it provide?

    How can I tell when Degree Map was last updated?

    What do the colors on the page mean?

    How do I see what courses I have left?

    How do I plan a course from the requirement list?

    How do I plan a course from an upcoming term?

    How do I remove a planned course?

    What is this i icon icon?

    What does an alert mean?

    How do I print my plan?

Explore Degrees

  • Explore Degrees: What information does it provide?

    How do I compare my degree with another degree?

Explore Careers

  • Explore Careers: What information does it provide?

    How do I set a career goal?

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    Box #19196

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    Arlington, TX 76019

Our Mission:

The University Advising Center (UAC) enhances student learning by maximizing student use of University resources, ensuring understanding of University policies and procedures, and encouraging campus and co-curricular involvement. Through purposeful interactions, Academic Advisors encourage freshman and undeclared students to focus on their academic success and to define personal goals to support their overall success towards degree completion. In addition, the University Advising Center facilitates professional and meaningful relationships with the UT Arlington community.

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