Dual Undergraduate Degrees

Policy Statement

Two bachelor's degrees may be earned simultaneously. All students should be counseled regarding this decision and possibly encouraged to consider instead a bachelor's/master's program. The student must satisfy the academic and the co-op work experience requirements of each degree program; some course work and co-op periods may be applied toward satisfying the requirements of both degrees. An Application for Degree form must be on file with the SRC for each degree expected.

A student-created plan of study must have signatures from the department head of each program involved. A copy of the approved plan must be filed in the academic dean or school director's office for each program. Enrollment for at least one term in each of the departments and/or colleges or schools for which the degree is expected must be completed.

Students whose plan of study requires more terms than a single degree program will be billed additional tuition accordingly.