Dual Degree

Computer Science & Applied Mathematics



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Students may concurrently pursue more than one undergraduate degree program by obtaining the approval of the respective degree departments. Scheduling of courses must be approved by each degree department academic advisor. Only a single thesis project is required but must meet the approval of each department. If an academic research plan is approved in lieu of a thesis project, the course plan must also meet the approval of each department. Each degree beyond the first requires a minimum additional 28 earned hours. No waiver in any specific degree requirements will be allowed. However, common required courses may be allocated to each degree. The second degree must be completed within one year of receiving the first Kettering degree or additional requirements may be invoked.


View the course requirements for a Computer Science & Applied Mathematics dual degree.

Students interested in a Computer Science dual degree should contact Professor John Geske, Director of Computer Science.

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