Secondary Majors and Minors Examples
Concentrations, Secondary Majors, & Minors
A student can have a concentration and a Secondary major in the same area and a concentration and minor in the same area. That is, any area of focus for a University Scholar, including any areas of focus that are also recognized as a secondary major or a minor are still concentrations.
You might think of concentrations as internal or relating to your University Scholars major and secondary majors or minors as external or as (some) official ways you engage with other areas on campus.
Overlapping a Course
Students may overlap, or double-dip, one single course course and that course may be shared between only one secondary major and one minor. This statement applies to all majors except the University Scholars major. In other words, no more than a maximum of three hours from the secondary major(s) may be applied to the minor(s).
Some examples may help flesh this out.
How many courses can overlap between the University Scholars major and the other majors/minors?
There is no limit.
How many courses can overlap between the International Studies and French secondary majors?
None. Courses cannot overlap between any majors outside of University Scholars.