Overlap Policy

Basic information

An overlap is defined as one course meeting two or more requirements. Cognate courses are not counted in overlap calculations.

Overlap between core and majors/minors. There is no limitation on the number of overlaps permitted between core and any major, minor, cognate, or concentration.

Overlap between major and minor. To graduate with a major and a minor a student must complete a minimum of fourteen distinct courses of three semester hours or more. A maximum of two overlaps are permitted between a major and a minor. The details are as follows:

Courses required
in the major
8
9
10 or more

Maximum overlaps permitted 0
1
2

Overlap between two majors. To graduate with two majors, a student must complete a minimum of sixteen distinct courses of three semester hours or more. A maximum of three overlaps are permitted between two majors (cognate courses are not counted in the overlap calculation). The details are as follows:

Total courses in two majors
16
17
18
19 or more

Maximum overlaps permitted 0
1
2
3

Overlap between minors. There may be no overlaps between minors.

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