Students receiving double majors often do not need additional credits for graduation, as two majors can now be posted on one degree with 180 credits as long as both majors’ requirements are met. Because students and mentors can design upper division curricula to meet the students’ research and career interests, numerous double degree couplings and minors are possible. Please contact the Advisor for possibilities and recommendations specific to your interests.

Examples of double majors BRR students have recently completed:

BRR and:

            Biology

            Microbiology

            Psychology

            Animal Sciences

            Food Science and Technology

            Biochemistry

            Chemistry

            Zoology

            Environmental Engineering

            Environmental Science

            Botany and Plant Pathology

            International Degree

            Education

Examples of minors BRR students have recently completed:

            Entomology

            Oceanography

            Chemistry

            Toxicology

            Food Sciences and Technology

            Soil Science

            Bioenergy

Examples of multiple options that BRR students have recently completed:

            Toxicology, Biotechnology

            Biotechnology, Genomics/Bioinformatics

            Sustainable Ecosystems, Water Resources

            Water Resources, Toxicology

            Sustainable Ecosystems, Pest Biology and Management

            Plant Growth and Development, Toxicology