The information on this page is for current U-M undergraduate students interested in a dual major involving Stamps.
If you are a prospective student looking for information about applying to U-M as a dual major, learn more about the admission process here.
Students who wish to pursue two degrees—one from the Stamps School of Art & Design (BFA or BA), and a second from another academic unit (school or college)—should read the bulletins/handbooks of both units carefully and plan a program of study that meets the degree requirements for both units.
Meeting with an academic advisor in the target school or college is a good idea.
The following guidelines apply:
- The Stamps School of Art & Design requires that all dual degree students designate Stamps as their “home school.”
- A minimum of 30 credits (close to one year of credits) must be completed on the Ann Arbor campus before a student may apply for a dual degree program, and the cumulative grade point average for work completed on the Ann Arbor campus must be at least 3.0.
- The second academic unit may require additional evidence of ability such as an audition, a formal admission process, or completion of specific courses. The student meets with a representative of the second unit to determine the procedure for pursuing the second degree and to obtain signature approval for admission.
- The student must obtain written permission to pursue a dual degree from both academic units. To do this, download, fill out, and submit the Application for MDDP Form (PDF).
Students are encouraged to research online degree information for participating schools and colleges listed below: