Grades of "D" are not acceptable in upper-level (300-400) courses within the student’s major. For certain majors, a grade of "D" is not acceptable in upper- and lower-level courses within the major.
If a major includes directed electives or support courses, it is possible to use them to also meet a general education requirement or a minor requirement. Courses cannot fulfill both a major requirement and a general education requirement.
A student with an already completed bachelor’s degree must take an additional 30 hours or more in order to earn a second bachelor’s degree at Liberty, in conjunction with completing all requirements unique to that degree. The same rule applies to those students who have completed a degree at another accredited institution. Courses may transfer to Liberty from a completed undergraduate degree, but only courses that apply directly to the degree being pursued.