“What-If” audits will let you explore different program elements, such as minors and majors, to see how your current and previously completed courses will fit the requirements for those programs. Try it out before you officially make a change to your program. If you like the results, you can submit an application for a change of program elements (COPE) in Carleton Central.
You may want to go over your “What-If” audit with an advisor in the Academic Advising Centre (AAC) before you make a request to change your program. They will help you get the most out of this great tool! You can send an email to the Academic Advising Centre to make an appointment to speak with an advisor. Office hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Additionally, the hypothetical audit tool can also help you determine what courses you should register in for the upcoming year. It allows you to add hypothetical courses to your audit to see where courses should fit into your degree requirements prior to registration. You can even assign grades to your hypothetical courses to determine how your CGPAs will change, if you succeed at obtaining your goal in that hypothetical course.
REMEMBER: Adding a hypothetical course is not the same as registering in a class.
Please visit the AAC website for more information on the hypothetical audit.
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