Marquette University confers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in the humanities and social sciences, and Bachelor of Science in the natural sciences, mathematics and computer science and leadership and organizations on those students who have satisfactorily completed one of the regularly prescribed programs in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Students who successfully complete the Comprehensive Honors curriculum may earn a degree of honors bachelor of arts or honors bachelor of science.
A student holding a bachelor’s degree in one discipline may be admitted for work toward a bachelor’s degree in another discipline, with approval from the college office (bachelor of arts to bachelor of science or vice versa). This option is useful for a student who wishes to change his or her field of concentration for graduate or professional study.
A candidate for a second baccalaureate degree must complete at least 32 additional upper division credits in residence and satisfy all current degree requirements. Students should see the university section of this bulletin for second degree requirements and procedures.