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Undergraduate students may enroll in dual (or multiple) degrees. A dual degree is two degree programs with significant non-duplicated course work (15 or more credits for an associate's degree or certificate; 30 or more for a bachelor's degree). Two diplomas are awarded.

Declaring a Dual Degree

Current Students

Current students wishing to declare a dual degree can do so through the Registrar’s Office. They must do so no later than the beginning of the last semester prior to graduation. Current students should read Policy and Procedure 4.20, Dual Degree, for details about declaring additional majors, eligibility requirements, restrictions, and academic standards.

Incoming Students

Although additional majors are typically declared after initial enrollment, some dual degree combinations work more seamlessly together if declared prior to scheduling the first semester. Those interested in pursuing one of these combinations can indicate their interest on the Application for Admission.

Additional dual degree opportunities beyond those listed below are available for after enrollment.

Approved Dual Degrees for Incoming Students

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