Each candidate for a bachelor’s degree must complete a major and a minor, two majors, or an approved interdisciplinary major. Check respective department listings for credits and course requirements for majors.
The University will grant a limited number of interdisciplinary degrees of an experimental nature. A student who wishes to pursue such a program may submit a proposal to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, who will confer on the feasibility of the proposal with the Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee. Such proposals must be approved before the Senior year; approved copies must be deposited in the student’s folder.
Courses with “D” grades may not be used to meet requirements for majors or minors. Cognate courses with “D” grades may not be used to meet requirements for the majors.
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