Second Degree in Computational Physics  
Oregon State University, College of Science, Department of Physics

"Dual Degree"  (requires a minimum of 212 credits)

[Academic Regulation 26 "Concurrent & Subsequent Baccalaureate Degrees"]

An undergraduate student may be granted two or more (concurrent) baccalaureate degrees (e.g. "B.S. Computational Physics" and "B.S. Physics") at the same graduation exercise.  The student must:
  • Complete institutional, college, and departmental requirements for the degree;
  • Complete, for each additional degree, a minimum of 32 credits more than the requirements of the curriculum requiring the least number of credits; and
  • Complete each additional 32 credits in residence.