KI Requirements Checker

  • Welcome to the KI requirement checker! This is still in development and feedback is welcome, please email me.
  • The requirements listed here reflect the 2014-2015 undergrad calendar. It is likely these requirements will change.
  • If you'd like to contribute to this project, it can be found on Github.
  • Note: For now, please don't put any letters into course numbers - they won't be read properly.

INTEG Courses

INTEG 120
INTEG 121

INTEG 220
INTEG 221
INTEG 230

INTEG 231
INTEG 320
INTEG 321

INTEG 420
INTEG 421


Investigative Science
Lab
Lab
Lab
  • If a course has an accompanying lab, you must take the lab to satisfy this requirement
  • Only check the lab box if the lab is listed as a separate course in the undergrad calender
  • Any BIOL, CHEM, EARTH, MNS, PHYS course (or crosslisted course) is acceptable, check with advisor about acceptable substitutes
  • No SCI or SCIBUS courses count towards this requirement
  • More information

Languages

English


Second Language



Math and Computer Science

Computer Science

  • CS 100, 115, 135, 145, or 200 are suggested, check with advisor about acceptable substitutes
  • More information

Math


  • Any MATH course will do, check with advisor about acceptable substitutes
  • More information

Statistics


Other Breadth Requirements

PHIL 145

SPCOM 223

Ethics

Research Methods


Electives

You can either enter the total number of elective courses or individual course codes.



  • Enter total number of courses, not credits.
  • Labs are counted separately (they are complicated).





  • Only the first 4 lab courses you take (including labs from science courses) count towards your total number of courses.
  • Non-lab courses which are also weighted at 0.25 credits (eg, choir) can be entered here, but they may not be counted correctly.
  • Only include labs which are listed as a separate course, weighted at 0.25 credits. Don't include labs which are included in a 0.5 weight course (eg "BIOL 302 LAB,LEC 0.50").
  • Courses including labs which are weighted as 0.75 should be counted again here. For example, "CHE 100 LAB,LEC,TST,TUT 0.75" should be entered into both this section and the previous section.
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Labs and other 0.25 credit courses:

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  • Remember not to include letter in the course code number (eg, for BIOL 240L, enter BIOL 240)
  • Only the first 4 lab courses you take (including labs from science courses) count towards your total number of courses.
  • Non-lab courses which are also weighted at 0.25 credits (eg, choir) can be entered here, but they may not be counted correctly.
  • Only include labs which are listed as a separate course, weighted at 0.25 credits. Don't include labs which are included in a 0.5 weight course (eg "BIOL 302 LAB,LEC 0.50").
  • Courses including labs which are weighted as 0.75 should be entered again here. For example, "CHE 100 LAB,LEC,TST,TUT 0.75" should be entered into both this section and the previous section.


Averages

  • These can be found on your transcript: run "unofficial transcript" on Quest


Results

It looks like you've completed all the requirements! Good job! If you're ready to graduate, check here for what to do next.

Courses Remaining

  • You have completed courses ( units).
  • You still need to take courses ( units).
  • You still need to take courses ( credits) at level 200 or higher.
  • You still need to take these required courses:
  • You have completed all the specific required courses. Good job!

        Warnings

        • These results may be innaccurate in some cases. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct requirements to graduate.
        • One or more of your boxes had only one box filled in or a number box with a letter in it - this wasn't counted as a course. Double check and run again if you meant to fill this in.
        • One or more of your course codes was below 100: these courses are generally not taken for credit, and will not be counted.
        • Your faculty average is still acceptable, but remember it needs to stay at 75% or more.
        • Your faculty average is 75 or below! You need a 75% average to remain in the program, make an appointment with your advisor to discuss it.
        • Your overall average is still acceptable, but remember it needs to stay at 65% or more.
        • Your overall average is 65 or below! You need a 65% average to remain in the program, make an appointment with your advisor to discuss it.
        • You didn't enter your faculty average.
        • You didn't enter your overall average.
        • One or more of your science courses aren't in the science faculty, check with your advisor to ensure they count.
        • One of your science courses is a SCI or SCIBUS labelled course: these courses do not count towards the investigative science requirement.
        • Your english course is not a ENGL-labelled course. Make sure you've checked with an advisor to ensure it is acceptable for this requirement.
        • Your second language courses are in different languages. You need to take 2 courses in a single language for this requirement.
        • Your CS course is not in the pre-approved course list; since it's a CS-labelled course, you're probably fine, but check with your advisor to be sure.
        • Your CS course is not in the pre-approved course list, or a CS-labelled course. Make sure to consult an advisor to ensure it counts.
        • One or more of your math courses are not MATH-labelled courses. Make sure you've checked with an advisor to ensure it counts.