Cross-School Majors & Minors
CCAS students must complete their CCAS major in order to graduate. A cross-school major may not substitute for the CCAS major, but only supplement it. Upon graduation, the student’s diploma and transcript will list both majors, but will not list the other school's name outside of CCAS.
Applying for Cross-School Majors
- Majors: Asian Studies, International Affairs, Latin American Studies or Middle Eastern Studies
- CCAS students considering an ESIA major must complete a Declaration of Major Form and meet with an ESIA advisor.
- Majors: Applied Science and Technology or Computer Science (application required)
- A student who is considering a second major in SEAS is required to inform SEAS of this consideration so that a SEAS advisor may be assigned early in the student’s program. Students interested in declaring a second major in computer science must meet certain admission criteria and should email [email protected] for more information.
- Majors: Business, Business Analytics (STEM), Finance, Information Systems (STEM), and Marketing
- Minors: Accountancy, Business, Business Analytics, Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Management and Leadership, Marketing, and Real Estate
- Please visit the Business School website (under Options for Non-GWSB Students) for more information
- Students may consult with a GWSB advisor to confirm major and/or minor requirements, but students do not need a GWSB signature before submitting their major/minor declaration form.
- Majors: BS in Public Health
- CCAS students considering the Public Health major must apply and be admitted to the major. At that time, the student can decide if they wish to transfer internally to the Milken Institute or continue to reside in CCAS and double major.
Applying for Cross-School Minors
To declare a minor outside of CCAS, students must complete the Declaration of Major/Minor Form or (if relevant) the minor form of the applicable school. The appropriate form must have the approval and signature of the school which houses the minor, and then should be handed into the Undergraduate Advising office for processing.