curricula and dual degrees
who wishes to earn a second degree within the College of Arts and
Sciences may do so by completing work after graduation or finishing
the dual-degree program prior to graduation. The following additional
requirements must be completed:
- Secure permission
from the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences;
the requirements for a major and minor in each degree independently.
The courses counted toward a major and minor (or concentration)
for the first degree cannot apply toward the major or minor of
the second degree;
at least 32 hours minimum of credit beyond the hours required
for a single degree major.
baccalaureate-master's program in chemistry
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baccalaureate-master's program in chemistry offers students the
opportunity to complete the bachelor of science degree in three
years and the master of science degree at the end of the fourth.
By completing the two degrees in four years, the student may be
better prepared to earn the Ph.D. degree because of the stronger
background. In addition, a preprofessional student may elect either
to complete the three-year bachelor of science program and go directly
to professional school or to continue on to earn the master of science
degree in preparation for a research-oriented career.
is structured on a schedule of four years, including summers. Courses
should be carefully chosen so that major and group requirements
will be completed on time.