Editor’s Note: Our apologies for the confusion. Wittenberg did indeed offer a B.S. degree until the mid-1960s.
In the Spring 2000 issue, I was puzzled by the article titled “Board of Directors approves Bachelor of Science degree.” At the 119th Commencement held on Monday, June 8, 1964, 18 of us received Bachelor of Science degrees.
Without looking up the requirements, I recall that we had to elect only 12 instead of 15 hours in the social sciences and thus had an
additional 3 hours in the natural sciences. Was the Bachelor of Science discontinued after 1964?
Did I miss something in the article making this “new” Bachelor of Science degree different from mine?