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Design Your Degree A hallmark of a Rensselaer education is the flexibility we offer our students in developing a degree or degrees that work for them. We make dual majors a highly realizable option with as many as half of all students going in this direction. Typical combinations include physicsmath computer sciencecomputer and systems engineering and computer science cognitive science. Our co-terminal degree program one of the first of its kind in the nation to be incorporated with extended financial aid allows undergraduates in good academic standing to pursue a masters degree while completing their bachelors degree. The two degrees can be in the same or different disciplines. With more than 75 percent of incoming Rensselaer freshmen surveyed in recent years expressing an interest in earning a masters degree following their undergraduate education this degree option is popular. the launch pad 12