Adding a Major or Additional Courses (non-degree seeking)

Those who wish to enhance their current degree by adding a major or additional courses will be governed by the same catalog under which they originally graduated (though students always have the right to petition to be considered under the requirements of a later catalog). These students will complete the requirements of their second major. In many cases, these students will have originally graduated with a minor in the field in which they subsequently seek a major. The upgrading of a minor into a major is acceptable in these cases because the graduate has already completed a full liberal arts program. The original transcript will not be changed, but once the student has completed the requirements for the additional major, the new courses and new major will be appended to the transcript. Students wishing to add a major without earning a second baccalaureate degree are not eligible to apply for federal loans.