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Self-Designed (Independent) Majors
Students cooperating with two or more faculty members may design a self-designed (independent) major that combines work in several departments. Approval of the Curriculum Committee is required and can occur no later than the end of the second term of the junior year. Students may also declare a self-designed minor with faculty sponsorship.

Multiple Majors and Minors
A student may graduate with a major and a minor; a double major; or a major and two minors. The approval of the Curriculum Committee is required for all such combinations. Combinations are approved only if the course work in one program shows substantial quantity in fields of study distinct from the other program(s). Each program must be essentially independent of the other(s) and the total educational plan of the student must present a sound liberal education.

Major and Minor
Blanket approval may be given to any combination of a major and a minor involving two different departments or two modern foreign languages.

Double Majors
Blanket approval may be given to any two departmental majors involving two different departments or two modern foreign languages.

Students who wish to complete a double major other than those given blanket approval must petition the Curriculum Committee. In particular, students who wish to complete a double major, one of which is a self-designed major, must have the approval of the Curriculum Committee. Students who complete a double major may not also add a minor.

Double Minors
For students electing two minors in addition to their major, each minor is subject to the same restrictions as stated above in the subsection on major-minor combinations. Students wishing to elect two minors not given blanket approval must petition the Curriculum Committee.

 
 
 
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