Engineering students interested in pursuing more than one major should discuss the possibility with their academic advisor in Engineering before applying to the other program. Because of pre-requisites and course scheduling, the College of Engineering makes no guarantee that students pursuing more than one major will be able to take any engineering course during any semester of their choosing. Students should not expect to complete more than one major in four years.
Normally, a student may receive only one degree, regardless of how many majors the student earns. Students who have completed all the requirements for two or more degrees must choose which degree to take, unless they have completed 43 or more additional credits beyond the greater of the two program credit requirements, in which case they may receive two degrees and two diplomas. Multiple majors, regardless of college, will appear on the student’s transcript.