Choosing the correct curriculum and degree options can transform how your student manages their academic career. There are options available if they wish to receive more than just a bachelor’s degree during their undergraduate studies or would like to change their major. Degree Services also has audit forms available to keep their education on track for graduation.
Curriculum Add/Drop allows students to change their major, or add and remove additional majors other than their primary major.
A double major is a Michigan Tech bachelor's degree with two majors and is granted when requirements of both curricula are satisfied at the same time.
A student enrolled at Michigan Technological University who is currently pursuing or has already been granted a Baccalaureate degree can obtain an additional Baccalaureate degree from Michigan Tech.
Minors provide students with the opportunity to take a prescribed set of courses in a discipline outside their major. To earn a minor, students must also be currently enrolled in a bachelors degree program.
A certificate is a program of courses that provides a student with knowledge of a disciplinary or interdisciplinary subfield. Departments may offer certificates to both degree seeking and nondegree seeking students.
A degree audit is a form showing all of the requirements for a specific degree, including elective options and required classes.
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A minor audit is a form showing all of the requirements for a specific minor.
A certificate audit is a form showing all of the requirements for a specific certificate.