Undergraduate students may earn two degrees: One from LSA and the other from a different school or college on the U-M Ann Arbor campus. If you are interested in pursuing two different degrees from two different colleges or schools within the University, the Multiple Dependent Degree Program (MDDP) may be right for you.
Students who wish to consider the possibility of pursuing an MDDP should read the requirements and policies of both schools carefully to plan a program which meets the criteria listed below.
Apply and be accepted to the second school or college.
Apply to the Multiple Dependent Degree Program.
Complete one of the degree programs in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts;
Complete a degree program in another school/college;
Complete a minimum of 150 credits (128 credits for dual degree with Engineering), of which no less than 100 credits must be LSA credits (90 LSA credits for dual degree with Engineering).
Students are held to College requirements in effect during the term that they enter LSA.
They are also held to the major requirements in effect when they declare.
Students must be admitted to both units before applying as an MDDP.
Students must be eligible to declare their intended LSA major at the time of application.
Students can choose home school, although realistically it will often be the school other than LSA due to registration restrictions on courses.
Students will follow all policies and rules for home school.
More information about specific LSA MDDP programs can be found below: