Students can use one course to meet more than one requirement between their major and minor requirements, which is called double-counting credits.
Students cannot use the same course to fulfill a requirement in more than one major, or a major and a minor, or in more than one minor.
If a course is required for both a major and a minor, the major requirement will take precedence over the minor and an appropriate substitution must be made in the minor with the written approval of the minor department.
If a course is required in two majors or two minors, the first designated major or minor will take precedence over any subsequent major or minor and appropriate substitutions must be made with the written approval of the head of the second major or minor department.
Note: All such substitutions must be filed with the Registrar's Office.