Multiple Undergraduate Degrees

3630.1 Dual concentration associate degree

Dual concentration programs of study combine two concentration fields of study within the same degree. A single degree is awarded with two concentrations. For example, a student concentrating in both Agriculture and Management would be awarded a single Associate of Technical Study degree with both concentrations. Students must satisfy the requirements of both programs simultaneously and satisfy residency requirements approved by the degree-granting units for both concentrations.

3630.2 Dual associate degrees (Multiple associate degrees to be awarded simultaneously at Wright State University)

Dual degree programs can combine majors from two different degree programs. Students completing a dual degree program are awarded two distinct degrees. Students pursuing dual degrees at the associate’s level must successfully complete all the requirements for both degrees and satisfy residency requirements approved by both degree-granting departments/units.

3630.3 Second/Multiple associate degrees (Multiple degrees taken sequentially)

Students who hold associate, baccalaureate, or graduate degrees may wish to pursue an additional associate degree. Students must fulfill all of the program requirements and complete at least 15 semester credit hours of work after the awarding of their previous degree(s) and satisfy residency requirements.

3630.3.5 Baccalaureate degree following associates degree (Multiple degrees)

Students may apply courses taken as part of an associate degree program towards an approved baccalaureate program of study. Students must fulfill all of the baccalaureate program requirements, residency requirements, and complete at least 30 semester credit hours of work after the awarding of their previous associates degree(s). Students may not be simultaneously enrolled in an associate degree and baccalaureate degree program.

3630.4 Dual major baccalaureate degree (One degree)

Dual major programs of study combine two major fields of study within the same degree. A single degree is awarded with two majors. For example, a student majoring in both English and Music would be awarded a single Bachelor of Arts degree with both majors. Students must satisfy the requirements of both programs simultaneously and satisfy residency requirements approved by both degree-granting departments/units

3630.5 Dual baccalaureate degrees (Multiple degrees to be awarded simultaneously at Wright State University)

Dual degree programs combine majors from two different degrees. Students completing dual degrees are awarded two distinct degrees. For example, a student concurrently majoring in both History and Physics would receive two degrees: a Bachelors of Arts and a Bachelors of Science. Students pursuing a dual degree must complete a minimum of 150 total semester credit hours. Students must satisfy the requirements of both degrees and satisfy residency requirements approved by both degree-granting department/units

3630.6 Second/Multiple baccalaureate degrees (Multiple degrees taken sequentially)

Students who hold baccalaureate or graduate degrees may wish to pursue an additional baccalaureate degree. Students must fulfill all of the program requirements, residency requirements, and complete at least 30 semester credit hours of work after the awarding of their previous degree(s).

3630.7 “4+1”undergraduate/graduate degree programs (Multiple degrees taken sequentially)

Approved “4+1” baccalaureate/masters programs may allow for a maximum of twelve semester credit hours of graduate-level course work (taken at Wright State University) to be applied to both an undergraduate program and an approved graduate program of study.