Courses Counted Toward Another Degree
No course counted toward another degree may be counted toward a master's degree, either directly or by substitution.
Work done for the master's degree may be included in the work for the doctoral degree, provided it is acceptable to the Graduate Studies Committee, the supervising committee, and the graduate dean and providing it has not already been used toward another doctoral degree.
Students in a dual degree program must meet the course requirements for both degrees. Courses common to the two curricula in a dual degree program are included on the Program of Work for one of the degrees and are waived by the other degree program as specified in the dual degree program requirements. The Program of Work on which courses are waived must meet the Graduate School's minimum-credit-hour requirements for the degree. See Dual Degree Programs.