SUNY Oneonta

Granting of Two Baccalaureate Degrees

Students wishing to receive a second baccalaureate degree from SUNY Oneonta must meet all conditions in one of the following three options:

  1. The student’s first degree was granted by Oneonta. The second degree program must be from an academic department different from the one in which the first degree was granted and a significant amount of additional course work (approximately 30 s.h.) must be completed in the new major field.
  2. The student’s first degree was granted by Oneonta. The second degree program may be from the same academic department as the one from which the first degree was granted if a significant amount of additional course work (at least 30 s.h.) is required in the new major field and the department has received approval for a second degree program from the Council of Deans and the Provost.

    Graduates of SUNY Oneonta who pursue a second degree must satisfy a 30 s.h. residency requirement and all minimum requirements for the degree in the second major. The student’s transcript will reflect all courses taken at Oneonta. GPA’s and credits for all undergraduate course work will be cumulative.

  3. The student’s first degree was granted by a college other than Oneonta. The student must complete, at a minimum, all of the College’s residency requirements (at least 45 s.h.) and all minimum requirements for the second degree. The student’s GPA will reflect only those courses taken at Oneonta.

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