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Earning One Degree with Multiple Majors in L&S

This section explains what will happen if an L&S undergraduate student has more than one undergraduate major in the College of Letters & Science.

Will I earn more than one degree in L&S if I have more than one major in the College of Letters & Science?

Having more than one major in L&S does not lead to multiple degrees in the College.  L&S undergraduate students can only earn one undergraduate degree.
  • If a student is completing a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in history and chemistry, the degree on the student's diploma will be Bachelor of Science.
  • If a student is completing a Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in sociology and journalism, the degree on the student's diploma will be Bachelor of Arts-Journalism.
  • If a student is completing an Applied Mathematics, Engineering, and Physics special degree program and a Computer Science major, the degree on the student's diploma will be Bachelor of Science - Applied Mathematics, Engineering and Physics.

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Keywords:majors, degrees in Letters & Science, multiple degrees, L&S undergraduate degree, multiple majors, L&S majors   Doc ID:21169
Owner:Tori R.Group:L&S Administrative Gateway
Created:2011-11-04 10:40 CSTUpdated:2019-12-03 16:28 CST
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