Dual Degree Policy

Requests to Concurrently Pursue Multiple Degree Programs 

Non-College of Science Students

Students will work with their current advisors to submit a request to pursue multiple degrees concurrently. The dual degree request allows a student to pursue degrees in multiple colleges and requires that the requirements of each program be completed in full and concurrently. Students wishing to add a dual program/major in the College of Science must meet the minimum CODO requirements for their intended program and have earned a 3.00 cumulative GPA at the time of their request.  Specific Departmental requirements are outlined below. Non-College of Sciences students are encouraged to meet with a College of Science advisor in their intended program/major by attending Non-major walk-in times.

College of Science Students

College of Science students wishing to add another College of Science program/major will work with their academic advisor on their request. A request to dual degree is not required. Students must have a mimimum 3.0 GPA and meet all CODO requirements for consideration. If approved, a curriculur change will be requested to add the new program/major. 

Specific Departmental Multiple Degree requirements

CS Multiple (Dual) Degree Programs Concurrently Policy - Effective: Spring, 2018, all catalog terms

Students must apply to request approval to pursue multiple degree programs within the University. Students should complete multiple programs concurrently to ensure integration of both disciplines during their educational process.

Students seeking approval to pursue a Computer Science Degree concurrently with another program must meet the following criteria for approval.

Requirements:

  1. Meet CODO requirements for their catalog term.
  2. Have earned a minimum 2.75 within the student’s current program of study.
  3. Have a minimum four semesters remaining in their current degree plan.
  4. Ability to complete CS degree requirements within five semesters of approval as a multiple degree student as determined by an audit by a CS advisor.

 

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