A student desiring more than one major should consult with faculty in each discipline about its requirements, and have an advisor assigned for each discipline. The student must develop a program that includes a minimum of eight courses in each discipline (including the required courses) and meets the mathematics requirements appropriate to each major. (If a single course can fulfill both requirements, a student may take a single course.) For double majors, departments retain the option of requiring all courses listed under departmental requirements in the department's headnote. In completing two majors, the student meets the requirement of a minor or a contextual and support area. Courses that may be taken for credit in both of the majors selected ( cross-listed courses) may be used only once for credit and may not be counted for credit in both majors. Double majors must be approved by an advisor in each discipline.