A student wishing to pursue a double major must declare the first and second majors to the Registrar.  A student will have earned a double major after he or she has completed all the requirements for the first and second majors and after completing a minimum of 120 semester credit hours.  Unless otherwise specified, any course taken to satisfy a requirement (including electives) for one major may be used to satisfy a requirement for another major.  The student who completes all the requirements for both majors receives a degree appropriate to the first major (either a B.A. or a B.S.) with a notation of the second major.  The baccalaureate degree may be awarded for multiple majors and minors, provided the requirements for all majors and minors are met.  The associate degree may be awarded for one or more majors, provided the requirements for all majors are met.  A double major does not necessarily result in an additional degree.

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