To be recommended for one of the degrees listed above, a candidate must satisfy the following conditions:
Required Hours of Study:
For the Bachelor of Arts, a student shall be required to complete at least 24, but not more than 36 hours, in a major field of study, as the department requires. For the Bachelor of Science, a student shall be required to complete at least 24, but not more than 60 hours, in a major field of study, as the department requires.
Required Capstone of Study:
The major shall require not fewer than three semester hours of senior seminar or research.
Required Approvals to Study:
The major must be approved by the faculty advisor and the chair of the respective academic department, and the declaration of major(s) and minor(s) must be filed in the registrar’s office prior to the completion of 60 credit hours of coursework.
Maximum Programs of Study
Students may complete up to 3 majors and 3 minors. Courses may be taken that are common to, and included in, the hours required for multiple majors and minors as long as a minimum number of hours is completed in the combined areas.
The minimum number of required unique hours for multiple majors and minors shall be the sum of the university minimum required hours (24 for majors, 15 for minors) for the combined majors and minors, minus three hours times the number of majors/minors:
Any number of courses may overlap and any course may be used any number of times as long as the student completes the minimum required number of unique hours.
The responsibility for understanding and meeting graduation requirements rests entirely with the student.