The major is that subject in which the student has chosen to take a concentration of work. Students should explore a number of majors by taking courses in a variety of disciplines and seeking advice from faculty and advising staff before making a final decision. Requirements for majors are found in each department within the catalog.
Students may earn majors in more than one discipline. Official recognition of additional majors will be made on the transcript provided the student has met the requirements set by departments.
- The student will receive only one degree with the two majors noted on the transcript.
- The majors will appear in the order in which they were declared. If the majors conflict in relation to the degrees conferred, i.e., B.A. and B.S., the degree of the first major will be the degree of record.
- Students seeking multiple majors are not required to complete a minor. They are reminded that all requirements for each major must be met before they can be certified for graduation.
- Interdisciplinary studies cannot be part of a multiple major.