No more than one course in a cluster can be used toward a major or minor being used to fulfill a divisional requirement.
Major and Minor Overlap
No more than three courses in a major or two courses in a minor can be used toward a separate major or minor. Allied field courses used to fulfill the requirements of the major are included in the set of courses subject to this restriction. However, prerequisite courses required for the major and non-departmental ancillary course requirements (such as chemistry for biology majors) are not subject to this restriction.
Some majors such as the Public Health-related majors: Bioethics (BET); Epidemiology (EPD); Environmental Health (EH); Health, Behavior, and Society (HBS); and Health Policy(HLP), and interdepartmental programs in arts and sciences (IPA) restrict the number of overlapping courses to two.
No two majors can overlap by more than three courses. No major and minor can overlap by more than two courses. No two minors can overlap by more than two courses.
Courses completed for certificate programs are not subject to overlap rules with regard to majors, minors, and clusters.