Master's Degree- Dual Specialization- Graduate

3341-3-72 Master’s degree – Dual Specializations – Graduate

All University Units – Graduate Students

Responsible Unit
Office of the Provost

Policy Administrator
Graduate College

(A) Policy Statement and Purpose

This policy describes the dual specialization option that exists in some Master’s degree programs. 

(B) Policy Scope

If academically appropriate to their program, a student may simultaneously pursue two specializations within a single Master’s degree. Students pursuing two specializations must simultaneously complete all of the requirements of both specializations, then both specializations would appear on the same transcript. Overlap is permitted as defined by each specialization, however a minimum of nine credits must be unique to each specialization

Effective date: September 17, 2020