Dual Majors

A student will declare a major at some point that is associated with the degree. Therefore, a student will earn a degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science, and will select a major from those listed in the catalog. Students may choose to select more than one major to be associated with a single degree. Students may graduate with a dual major so long as they complete all the requirements for both majors, comply with the policy on “Double-dipping,” and comply with all regular requirements for graduation. Students graduating with dual majors are required to select a “primary” major. Primary majors are recognized on the diploma issued and the student will stand with their peers within the primary major at commencement. A total 120 credits are required for dual majors. Majors earned will be independently printed as earned majors on the academic transcript. A single diploma will be issued and will recognize only a single degree and a single, primary major.

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