The awarding of the same UW–Madison degree-major to the same student more than once is not permitted as this is inconsistent with the conditions under which programs are authorized by the UW System Board of Regents.
All degree-seeking students at UW-Madison.
A degree-major is authorized with a single set of learning outcomes and a distinct curriculum. A student who fulfills degree requirements by meeting these learning outcomes will, upon graduation, earn one degree. A student may not enroll in more than one named option under the same academic plan code.
A student who seeks additional coursework in the same discipline upon graduation must enroll as a special/non-degree student.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will not, in any circumstance, award the same degree-major to the same student more than once.
The UW-Madison diploma includes the degree earned and any applicable degree-level honors earned through the Honors program. All degrees, majors, certificates and honors appear on the official transcript.