The double degree is the concurrent awarding of two different baccalaureate degree types, i.e. the B.A. in Economics with a B.S., B.F.A., or MusB. The most common example is the B.A. in Economics with a B.S. in Business Administration. Students must be accepted into the Economics major and the other degree program, and complete all requirements for each major. In no circumstance may the coursework in the second degree be fewer than 30 credits. No more than two 300- and 400-level courses taken as requirements for one major can also be counted as part of the required courses for the other major, including required electives. A minimum of 30 credits accrued beyond the full requirements of the degree with the larger number of required undergraduate credits or 150 credits total is needed, whichever is greater.