If you want to earn a second bachelor's degree, or dual degree, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Have earned at least 45 credit hours but not yet earned 96 credit hours (excluding AP/IB/AICE/Dual Enrollment credit);
- Meet all business Universal Tracking requirements prior to application; and
- Be in good academic standing with the university and college.
As a dual major, you must complete course work for both degrees simultaneously. Do not apply for graduation until you have completed the requirements for both degrees. You are also expected to follow your approved plan of study, to graduate in the semester that is designated on the dual degree application, and to submit a new application if you want to change one of your majors.
Because of the similarity between degree programs, you cannot obtain a dual degree in two business majors (except ISOM), or a business major and LS-Economics.
If you intend to pursue a second major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), please review the CLAS Dual Degree Guidelines.
NOTE: Students who are interested in earning a dual degree should consider pursuing a combined bachelor's/master's degree as an alternative.