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11.15.4 Second Degrees

Approved by Academic Council on April 2, 1999

A student may earn concurrent baccalaureate degrees from different schools or in different specialties within a school or college by simultaneously completing all requirements for the specific degrees. When two different specialties fall under the same degree (such as a B.A.) the two specialties will be considered as two majors. If a student holds a baccalaureate degree from University of the Pacific and wishes to pursue a second bachelor’s degree in a different specialty, a minimum of thirty-two (32) semester units of work must be completed between receipt of the first and second degree. A student may earn concurrent baccalaureate degrees from different schools or in different specialties within a school by simultaneously completing all requirements for the specific degrees.