Students may apply for two or more degrees either within the same college or in different colleges. To earn both degrees, students must meet the degree requirements for each degree. Generally, distribution courses taken within the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters may be used to satisfy both degrees. Students should expect to elect at least 30 more credits to earn both degrees. Students are advised to contact each program to learn the specific requirements that must be met.
Some degrees, such as the degrees in Engineering Mathematics or Computer and Information Science (CIS) Mathematics, are only available as concurrent degrees and must be paired with a primary degree in either engineering or CIS. There are special concurrent degree programs in which a student can earn both a BSE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering or in both Industrial and Systems Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering. Students interested in dual degrees should see their advisor.