Finishing up

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  1. NewYorkDoc

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    I have a quick question. I'm minoring in math and I'd like to get my B.A. in it one day. I wont be able to at my current college. My question is, can I attend any college or university after graduation and complete the last credits and they award me a degree in mathematics?
     
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  3. Vvandenn

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    As long as your previous math credits transfer to the new college/university to fulfill their specific degree requirements, yes.
     
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    Usually the degree-granting school has a requirement that you finish a year's worth of coursework there. Check with the math department at a school you might go to.
     
  5. Wanna_B_Scutty

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    ^^^ Yes.

    NewYorkDoc, if you're already really close to finishing the Math Major, why don't you see if you can stay at your current school for one more semester and pick up the remaining classes?
     

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