Courses Completed by Bachelor's Degree Recipients

Last Updated
08/12/2022
Description

The number and percentage of bachelor's degree recipients who completed UW-Madison courses is shown by major, school/college, admit type, tuition residency and semester type (when the course was taken).

Report URL
https://tableau.wisconsin.edu/views/CoursesCompletedbyBachelorsDegreeRecipients/HomePage?:iid=1&:isGuestRedirectFromVizportal=y&:embed=y#3
Data Cookbook URL (requires authorization)
https://uwmadison.datacookbook.com/institution/reports/33024/versions/60812
Data Domain(s)
Student Record
Access Restrictions
Publicly Available
Data Source Information
InfoAccess
Update Schedule
Annually around October after previous year degrees are mostly complete.
Responsible Office
Academic Planning and Institutional Research
Important Notes

The population includes students who earned bachelors degrees from UW-Madison during the five academic years displayed whose degrees were posted by the time of the data extract. Only courses offered by and completed at UW-Madison are included. Credits/courses transferred from other institutions, earned through study abroad, or earned through departmental exam, Advanced Placement, CLEP, or International Baccalaureate exams are not included. Courses are displayed by subject and catalog number. In the case of crosslisted courses, the first subject alphabetically is used. For example, Biology/Botany/Zoology 151 is shown as Biology 151.

Definitions

Name Functional Definition Data Domains
Academic Year

An academic year consists of sequential summer, fall, spring terms. For example, the 2011-12 academic years includes summer 2011, fall 2011, and spring 2012.

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Matriculation Admit Type

The admissions status of the student in the academic career matriculation term. For example, FYR/First Year Student (applies to UGRD careers only), NEW/New to career (does not apply to UGRD careers), RAD/Readmitted to career, RET/Re-admitted with transfer work (applies to UGRD careers only), TRF/Transfer (does not apply to Grad and Special students).

Academic Planning, Student Record
Catalog Number

A code associated with a course in the course catalog.

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Course Attribute Characteristics of courses that determine how courses count towards degree requirements or are used in official reports and tabulations. Academic Planning
Biological Science Course Courses that have been approved through governance as biological science and are therefore eligible to satisfy biological science credit requirements. Academic Planning
Communications Part A Course Courses that have been approved through governance as lower level communication and are therefore eligible to satisfy the first of two general education communication requirements for communication. Academic Planning
Communications Part B Course Courses that have been approved through governance as higher level communication and are therefore eligible to satisfy the second of two general education communication requirements for communication. Academic Planning
Ethnic Studies Course Courses that have been approved through governance as ethnic studies and are therefore eligible to satisfy the general education requirement for ethnic studies. Academic Planning
Foreign Language Course Courses that have been approved through governance as foreign language (non-English) and are therefore eligible to satisfy foreign language credit requirements. Academic Planning
Humanities Course Courses that have been approved through governance as humanities and are therefore eligible to satisfy humanities credit requirements. Academic Planning
Literature Course Courses that have been approved through governance as literature and are therefore eligible to satisfy literature credit requirements. Academic Planning
Natural Science Course Courses that have been approved through governance as natural science and are therefore eligible to satisfy natural science credit requirements. Academic Planning
Quantitative Reasoning Part A Course Courses that have been approved through governance as lower level quantitative reasoning and are therefore eligible to satisfy the first of two general education requirements for quantitative reasoning. Academic Planning
Quantitative Reasoning Part B Course Courses that have been approved through governance as higher level quantitative reasoning and are therefore eligible to satisfy the second of two general education requirements for quantitative reasoning. Academic Planning
Social Science Course Courses that have been approved through governance as social science and are therefore eligible to satisfy social science credit requirements. Academic Planning
Physical Science Course Courses that have been approved through governance as physical science and are therefore eligible to satisfy physical science credit requirements. Academic Planning
School/College of Academic Plan

Indicates the school/college that has ownership of the academic plan.

Academic Planning, Student Record
Tuition Residency

The residency status of a student for tuition purposes. Some non-resident students from Minnesota ("Minnesota Compact" students) pay tuition based on a legal agreement between the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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