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Degree Planning

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San Francisco State University is committed to ensure each and every student has the right tools to plan for their educational goals. These tools include:

Degree Progress Report

Your Degree Progress Report identifies all of the degree requirements necessary for an undergraduate degree. This includes General Education Requirements, University Requirements and Major Program Requirements (currently under construction). Resident coursework, transfer and test credit will also appear on your report.

Access My Degree Progress Report

  1. Navigate to your report by visiting SF State Gateway
  2. Login with your SF State ID and password
  3. Click on the Academics link in the left menu
  4. Click on the Student Center icon
  5. Navigate to the pull-down menu and select Degree Progress Report
  6. Click the double arrow button to display your report
  7. Please direct any issues or questions regarding your report to the Registrar's Web Team at

What's Available on My Report?
General Education and University Requirement rules are available on the report. All coursework including resident, transfer and test credit are also available.

Major Programs
Major program requirements are currently under construction and are being progressively rolled out.


Major Programs Currently Available on the Degree Progress Report:

Africana Studies
American Indian Studies
American Studies
Apparel Design and Merchandising
Applied Mathematics
Art (Art Education)
Art (Art History)
Art (Studio Art)
Art (Art History/Studio Art) Asian American Studies
Biology (Botany)
Biology (Cell & Molecular Biology)
Biology (Ecology)
Biology (Marine Biology/Limnology)
Biology (Microbiology)
Biology (Physiology)
Biology (Zoology)
Biology (General)
Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts
Business Administration (Entrepreneurial/Small Business)
Business Administration Accounting)
Business Administration (Decision Sciences)
Business Administration (Finance)
Business Administration (General Business)
Business Administration (Information Systems)
Business Administration (International Business)
Business Administration (Management)
Business Administration (Marketing)
Child and Adolescent Development (Early Childhood)
Child and Adolescent Development (Policy, Advocacy, and Systems)
Child and Adolescent Development (School Age Child and Family)
Child and Adolescent Development (Youth Work & Out of School Time)
Chemistry, BA
Chemistry, BS
Chinese (Chinese Language)
Chinese (Flagship Chinese Language)
Chinese (Chinese Literature and Linguistics)
Civil Engineering
Communication Studies
Communicative Disorders
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Criminal Justice Studies
Electrical Engineering
English (Creative Writing)
English (English Education)
English (Linguistics)
English (Literature)
Family and Consumer Sciences
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Kinesiology (Exercise Science and Movement)
Mathematics (Advanced Study)
Mathematics (Liberal Arts)
Mathematics (Teaching)
Mechanical Engineering
Physics, BA
Physics, BS
Physics (Astronomy)
Physics (Astrophysics)
Physics (Physics for Teaching)
Technical and Professional Writing
Women and Gender Studies


Explore Your Degree Progress Report
A How-To Guide to your Degree Progress Report is available to help you get familiar with the report.


A semester-by-semester guide (not available for all majors) for course requirements necessary to complete a bachelor’s degree in a designated major.

ASE (Advanced Standing Evaluation)

ASE reports display transfer work that does not display on DARS reports. [ASE reports are available to students who attended SFSU prior to Fall 2014 (if applicable)].

DARS (Degree Audit Reports)

Reports from the former Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) are available to students who attended prior to Fall 2014. Note: Enrollment data is current through Summer 2014.

Use these tools along with appropriate advising from the Advising Center (for general education requirements) and your major advisor to finish your degree!


Last updated 08/3/16 by TB

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