Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning
What is CAPP?
CAPP is the acronym for Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning and it tracks a student's progress toward completion of their degree requirements.
CAPP searches through in-progress courses, transfer credit, and courses taken at UNC Charlotte to find courses that match the degree requirements.
Current Students and Advisors
Who can use the degree evaluation?
The degree evaluation can be used by faculty, students, and administrative staff.
General Education requirements (Fall 2003+) catalogs are available for all majors. Major requirements will appear as they become available.
When can I view my evaluation?
Why should I use CAPP?
CAPP degree evaluation is a tool that can be used to assist with advising and/or to verify completed graduation requirements. Ideally, you should check the CAPP degree evaluation at the end of each term to verify the progress of your degree requirements and also when registering for future terms.
CAPP degree evaluation is a tool that should be used with your advisor(s) to monitor your academic progress. CAPP is not a replacement for advising.
How can I run an evaluation and understand the results?
Students may use the instructions below:
Faculty and Advisors may use the instructions below:
What if I have other questions about CAPP?
Answers to additional questions can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions sections.
Contact the Graduation Services area if you have questions about:
- How to read or interpret the CAPP degree evaluation
- Questions about General Education requirements
Contact your major or minor department if you have questions about:
- Major requirements
- Minor requirements
Contact the CAPP Degree Evaluation area if you have questions about:
- Clarification of degree requirements
- CAPP Degree Evaluation training