Is combined plan degree similar to Bernard/Columbia degree?
Hi, I'm applying to combined plan program this year and just heard that degree from combined plan program is not as "legit" and it's more similar to Bernard/Columbia degree.
(Not saying that Bernard degree isn't legit or anything, just meaning that I'm not going to be considered as a Columbia alum after the graduation and my diploma would look different from regular Columbia students.)
Also, would there be a discrimination when it comes to employment and should I indicate that I'm a combined plan student on my resume? - (which is not really a problem as I'm going to write down my BA degree from original school anyways...)