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- Most students may double count no more than one course toward both the Major and the Sector Requirement. Students with a double major may double count one course for each major.
- Students in majors that allow courses from both the Living World and Physical World to fulfill their major requirements are permitted to double count two courses toward the Major and the Sector Requirement—one each in the Living World and Physical World sectors. Majors in which this double counting is permitted include, but are not limited to, Biological Basis of Behavior, Biology, Biophysics and Earth Science.
- Students who are double majoring must have a minimum of 18 unique course units between the two majors and may count one course from each major toward the Sector Requirement. Students who are triple majoring must have a minimum of 24 unique course units among the three majors. Major departments may have additional rules limiting such double counting.
- There is no limit to the number of courses that may be double counted between General Education Requirements and requirements for a minor.
- The same course cannot be used to fulfill more than one Sector (i.e., the seven Sectors must be fulfilled using seven different Requirement courses).
- Courses being used to fulfill the Language Requirement Substitution may not also be used to fulfill a Sector nor any Major Requirement.