Kennebecasis Valley High School
At the University of Ottawa, can you take double majors? Can you do a major with two minors? What are the limits? Is this something you find students doing often? Is it recommended?
What would your degree be if you did one of the options listed above?
If you were to just take one major, what other courses would you take over those four years?
Most of our programs offer you the flexibility to combine multiple disciplines you're interested in or to explore new ones without adding to your time at university. You can do an honours with a minor, a double major, a major with a minor and a double honours. The big difference between the option is the amount of credits that will be completed in the program. As an example, a program usually has 120 credits. If you take an honours, 60 credits will be in the subject, 42 credits will be in the subject for a major and 30 for a minor. You can consult this link to view and compare your options. http://www.uottawa.ca/understanding-your-undergraduate-program/
It is not possible to do a major with two minors or to do a major alone.