Dual Degree Programs
Dual degrees are two degrees earned simultaneously when a student is accepted by both departments/programs and is approved by the appropriate deans.
The Way It Works
A student must be admitted to one academic program initially and after the first semester, may apply and be accepted to the second degree program.
There is no formal relationship between the two degree program requirements in a dual degree situation.
Download the Dual Enrollment Request form (PDF). Blackboard log-in required.
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