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Second Bachelor's Degrees- Appeals
Students with a bachelors degree from UVic or another recognized institution may be admitted to a second bachelors degree program if they meet the admission requirements (see Second Bachelors Degree), and the following conditions:
Students who expect to apply courses towards a second degree should check with the Dean or advising centre of the faculty at least two months before graduating from their first degree program to confirm that they will be able to include these courses in their second degree program.
Students who have completed or plan to complete more than the minimum upper-level requirements for their first degree with the intention of applying the additional course work towards the requirements of a second degree, must seek the permission of the Dean of their faculty or their faculty advising centre at least two months before graduating in their first degree.
In certain cases, it may be possible for a student to complete the requirements of two UVic degrees concurrently, subject in all cases to the requirements for a second bachelors degree (see Surplus Credit Allocation, above).
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