(A) Qualified students seeking second baccalaureate degrees are admitted to graduate status; this does not mean, however, that they are enrolled in an "advanced degree program."
(B) To receive a second baccalaureate degree, students must complete:
1. all degree requirements not satisfied by the previous degree, and
2. a minimum of 45 quarter credits from Central.
(C) Second baccalaureate students must be accepted into a degree or certificate program by the time they have earned 25 credits beyond their last degree. Once a degree objective has been declared, second baccalaureate students must develop graduation plans with academic advisors. Academic department chairs may grant extensions beyond the 25-credit limit.
(D) Second baccalaureate degree students follow regulations applicable to undergraduates.