Concurrent Degrees

University regulations allow that a student may pursue two   degrees   of   the   same   level   in   a   given matriculation period, e.g., two baccalaureate degrees, two  associate  degrees,  or  two  graduate  degrees, when  minimum  graduation requirements  are  met with  additional  coursework  for  the  appropriate degree level.  A student may not pursue mixed levels of degrees simultaneously.  Students must complete all of the requirements in effect at the time the student  enrolls  in  the  graduate  degree  program.  While some of the hours earned from one degree program may count toward the curricular requirements of another degree program, the hours of credit can only be used to satisfy the credit hour requirements of one program.   An hour of credit can only be applied to one program.