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School of Art

Students are permitted to double major in more than one division of the School of Art or complete more than one concentration in the same division.

  1. Students enrolling in more than one major within the school must complete all course requirements in each major. If the two majors represent different degree programs, a minimum of 140 hours must be completed.
  2. Students enrolling in a double concentration within the B.F.A. program must complete at least 12 upper-division hours within Fine Art and at least 12 upper-division hours within Crafts. In addition, all reviews must be passed and a senior project must be completed in each concentration.
  3. B.F.A. Fine Arts students pursuing the interdisciplinary concentration must take nine hours in each of two disciplines plus nine other hours chosen as desired within Fine Art.

The School of Art does not offer a double major in the B.A. programs in crafts or in fine arts. A student taking a second major in art history must complete the language requirement. The program requirements for a double major must be approved in advance in writing by either the director or the division coordinator and become a part of the student’s permanent file.



The Hugh A. Glauser School of Music

The double major is available within the Bachelor of Music under certain circumstances.

Music majors may elect a double major within the Bachelor of Music requirements from the following: performance in piano, voice, instrumental; music education; theory; composition. Special approval of the second major must be granted by the faculty of the chosen area and the director of the School of Music.

The choice of dual degrees, Bachelor of Arts in Music and the Bachelor of Music, is not permitted. However, either degree in music may be combined with any other bachelor’s degree program at Kent State University.