Concurrent degree programs are specially designed academic programs which allow students the opportunity to complete two distinct but complementary bachelor degrees at the same time. Students must meet minimum admission standards for both programs and be accepted individually by both colleges offering the concurrent program.
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This is an ASU General Studies requirement. All students enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program must satisfy the university requirement of a minimum of 29 credit hours of approved General Studies coursework. See General Studies.
Completion of an associate of arts degree from an regionally accredited community college or university in the United States, completion of the Arizona AGEC, or California IGETC/CSUGE will satisfy all lower division General Studies requirements. See General Studies.