"The GI Bill can pay you for more than one degree, for example: it will pay you for a degree in Business and then for a second degree in Computer Science, or for an AA, BA, MA in the same field."
For Post 9-11:
I am having a hard time getting accurate information. I know that you can pursue any type of degree as long as you have eligibility, and I know that you can't obtain two degrees with two different institutions, or two programs, but how about when it is from the same university covered under the out-of-state public funding? (Two degrees in the same field, from the same university, within the funding cap pretty much.)
If not, is there a work around for this?
(Ex: Could I take Fall semester of A degree, and in Spring semester take nothing but B degree. Although they are separate programs, I am only taking one program during the semester and working towards completing that designated program; in addition, VA is paying the same school and from everything I've read, I cant find anything on any type of cap of allowance for change of major requests that would hinder me from alternating between the two different majors besides the requirement of filing with the colleges VA rep.)
Edit: Added a small thing in example that I forgot to make clear.