Degree Progress Report (DPR)

The Degree Progress Report (DPR) is a text-based report that tracks academic progress, grade point average and completion of degree requirements. The DPR also lists approved courses that will satisfy outstanding requirements. During their studies at the University, students can monitor their progress toward graduation by logging into myNorthridge Portal to view and/or print their DPR at any time.

Undergraduate Students

The Office of Admissions and Records evaluates previous college work in relation to undergraduate degree requirements at CSUN. Entering transfer students who have submitted all final official transcripts and test scores have access to a Degree Progress Report. The DPR indicates how incoming transferable coursework completes the baccalaureate degree requirements at the University. Undergraduate students should consult an academic advisor in their major department, who will assist them in the selection of courses. Students who have not yet declared a major should seek advisement in the Advising Resource Center/EOP. See also Degree Planning Tools.

Graduate Students

The Office of Graduate Studies evaluates the DPR for masters and doctoral students. Graduate students should consult their department’s graduate program coordinator to assist them with advisement regarding coursework and academic progress.