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Earning a Second Undergraduate Degree

Simultaneous Second Degree. The conferring of two bachelor’s degrees at the same commencement requires completion of a minimum of 144 credits, including fulfillment of requirements for both degree programs. Each degree must follow the same catalog year.

Consecutive Second Degree. A student who has completed one undergraduate degree may earn an additional undergraduate degree by completing the requirements for the second degree. If there has been a break in matriculated status, the student must apply through the regular admission process. In all instances, completion of a consecutive second degree requires a minimum of 144 credits. The second degree must follow the catalog year of readmission.

(Revised April, 2019)

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Earning a Second Undergraduate Degree
Ownership: Registrar's Office, kscregistrar@keene.edu
Last Modified: Apr 3, 2019 – trichard@keene.edu
Categories: Academic
For questions regarding this policy, please contact the policy owner.
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