B.A.S. (Bachelor of Arts and Sciences).
and are interested in another subject.
department offers a reduced course load for students completing a JMP.
number of units may differ from major to major.
You have plenty of time to explore what Stanford has to offer. Start taking
introductory courses in departments of interest, and think about what
major program would be best for you. If you are interested in a JMP, it is
and the Computer Science adviser to start an academic plan.
You have made progress on your GERs and have begun exploring
options for majors. You still have enough time to start!
It is recommended that students explore a JMP as an option early in
their sophomore year to leave time for the additional planning required
to integrate the two majors. All Stanford undergraduates are expected to
declare a major by the end of sophomore year.
By now, you have declared a major and begun progress on the
requirements. If you have completed enough of the required courses for
your current major, you may have time to start another. You may also be
able to turn a double major or a major/minor program into a JMP.
For example, a CS major with interest in a minor in one of the DLCL
departments should consider a JMP.
Please contact both departments to determine if a JMP is an option for you.
You are near the end of your undergraduate career. Congratulations!
In most cases, it may be difficult to start now. However, some students
may be able to take some remaining courses to complete the requirements
and graduate with a B.A.S. degree. Please contact both departments as
soon as possible to determine if you have enough time to complete the
units required for a joint major.