8. What is a What-If report?
A What-If report allows you to view, hypothetically, how your past and current courses would be used toward requirements for either a different UCalgary degree program or for a component (e.g. a minor, concentration, or second major) added to your existing degree program. You should always discuss potential changes to your program with an advisor in your faculty advising office.
9. If I generate a What-If report, have I applied to change my program?
No. You cannot change your program through a What-If report. If you are considering changing your program, you should review your What-If report with an advisor in your faculty advising office.
10. I’ve added several courses in my What-If report, but some of them are not fulfilling the requirements that I believe should be filled.
Sometimes, academic requirements and regulations are more complicated than they appear. If the courses you selected through What-If aren’t fulfilling requirements the way you’re hoping, it is very important that you contact your faculty advising office for more information before proceeding with course registration.