For anyone who is either an Excelsior student (like myself) or a COSC student, it seems that listing a degree on a resume could get a bit complicated, so I was wondering if anyone had any experience in how to format it. For example, eventually I want to graduate with a Psychology/Sociology double major from Excelsior, however, this degree will be officially called the mouthful of: "Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts with a Double Major in Psychology and Sociology." Would it be acceptable to embreiven it and simply list it like: Bachelor of Arts, Pschology/Sociology or some other standard format while removing the Liberal Arts tag? This gets even more complicated with COSC, because they offer only a General Studies degree with a concentration... but some other schools use "concentration" to mean a minor, not as COSC does, where it is their version of a major. I would like a degree in Foreign Languages and Lingustics... but after talking to admissions, they explained to me that the only way to self-design that program of study would be to have Liberal Studies as the concentration and to pick a focus... so the official degree would be: Bachelor of Arts in General Studies with a Concentration in Liberal Studies with a Focus in Foreign Languages and Linguistics. WOW... does anyone have experience with listing such COSC degrees to make it clear that Concentration or Focus is akin to a major... without making any technical errors in the listing (IE, it could not say Bachelor of Arts, Foreign Languages and Linguistics).