Registrar's Office

CAPP Degree Evaluation

  • The CAPP (Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning) degree evaluation will show you how your courses fit into your chosen degree and major.
  • The CAPP is an unofficial evaluation to be used as a tool for you and your advisor to check your progress toward graduation.
  • The CAPP is broken down into areas that include the Core Curriculum/General Education Requirements, your Major and Minor Area requirements, Major GPA, Major Residency, Electives, and additional degree requirements.
  • The CAPP will also show courses in which you are currently enrolled and any transfer coursework that has been added to your record.
  • The CAPP will list hours still required and give a selection of courses that would fulfill that requirement.

Generating a CAPP Degree Evaluation - For Students

  1. Log in to LioNet.
  2. Select the "Student Menu" link under the Student Quick Links menu.
  3. Select "Student Records."
  4. Select "Degree Evaluation (CAPP)."
  5. Select a term from the list; LioNet defaults to the current or next upcoming semester. Click "Submit."
  6. At this point, you can perform a CAPP degree evaluation on your currently declared major by clicking on "Generate New Evaluation" or choose to perform a "What-if Analysis" from the links at the bottom of the screen.
  7. When your results are ready, select the "Detail Requirements" display.

Generating a CAPP Degree Evaluation - For Faculty & Staff

  1. Log in to LioNet.
  2. Select the "Student Information/Registration" link under the Faculty Quick Links menu.
  3. Select "Degree Evaluation (CAPP)."
  4. Select a term from the list; LioNet defaults to the current or next upcoming semester. Click "Submit."
  5. Enter the student ID number for the desired student, or use the boxes to perform a search. If you do a search, click on the drop down list of results to ensure you have the correct student and click "Submit."
  6. At this point, you can perform a CAPP degree evaluation for the student's currently declared major by clicking on "Generate New Evaluation" or choose to perform a "What-if Analysis" from the links at the bottom of the screen.
  7. When your results are ready, select the "Detail Requirements" display.

Performing a "What-If Analysis"

  1. Follow the directions above to #6. Choose "What-If Analysis" from the links at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Select an entry term. The entry term selected here determines the catalog year used to evaluate the degree requirements:
    • 2006 Fall - 2008 Summer will evaluate requirements based on the 2006-2008 catalog
    • 2008 Fall - 2010 Summer will evaluate requirements based on the 2008-2010 catalog
    • 2010 Fall - 2012 Summer will evaluate requirements based on the 2010-2012 catalog
    • 2012 Fall - 2014 Summer will evaluate requirements based on the 2012-2014 catalog
  3. Select a degree program from the drop-down menu and press "Continue."
  4. Select a major from the drop-down menu. If you need to add a minor, choose "Add More"; if not, choose "Submit."
  5. When you have finished selecting your major and adding a minor, select "Generate Request."
  6. When your results are ready, select the "Detail Requirements" display.
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