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Will I get three degrees if I triple major?

If you have three majors within the College of Liberal Arts, you will only get one degree: a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), with three different emphases (exception: B.S. in Psychology would be a separate degree). Of course, your majors would be displayed on your official record and transcript.

However, if you have majors in three different colleges (a B.B.A. in Business, a B.A. in Liberal Arts, and a B.S. in Communications), that would give you three degrees. Does that make sense?  If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us at 471-4271.


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