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I already have a bachelor's degree, can I get a second bachelor's at your school?

Multiple Bachelor's Degrees

If you have already earned a bachelor's degree and are interested in earning a second bachelor's degree, please contact undergraduate admissions.

If have earned your bachelor's degree and simply wish to take undergraduate-level courses without working toward another bachelor's degree, you may do so by applying to the Graduate School as a non-matriculated student.

Please note: In most cases, undergraduate courses are not applicable to a graduate degree program (or cannot be taken as a matriculated graduate student) unless the appropriate petition has been approved to take a 400-level course at the 500-level. Please see the Gradaute School Manual for more information.

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Last Updated: 11/4/11