Undergraduate Program - History and Science as Part of a Joint Concentration
Joint concentrations must be approved by both participating concentrations. Students who wish to have History and Science as their primary concentration in a joint concentration must meet the regular 13 half-course concentration requirement for History and Science concentrators. Students who wish to have History and Science as a secondary concentration in a joint concentration must meet the following 5 half-course departmental requirement:
1) History of Science 97 (Tutorial – Sophomore Year)
2) History of Science 100
3) Three additional History of Science courses, one of which may be introductory
4) Senior Thesis (normally in the primary concentration)
Students: Be aware that while you may think of a joint concentration as a "double major," the Registrar does not. Whichever department you list first on your Change of Concentration form will be your primary concentration and the source of your degree recommendation, and the one you list second will be your secondary concentration.