Does it hurt my chances for my single degree if I am not admitted to a Coordinated Dual Degree (CDD)? Is there a competitive advantage or disadvantage to applying to a CDD? Penn Admissions July 27, 2020 20:53 Updated Follow There is no advantage or disadvantage to applying to a Coordinated Dual Degree relative to your single-degree choice. More information on Coordinated Dual Degrees can be found here. Related articles How does Early Decision work for Coordinated Dual Degrees (CDDs)? Can I apply Early Decision to a CDD, but Regular Decision to a single degree? Can I apply to more than one Coordinated Dual Degree (CDD) program? What does Penn look for in its first year applicants? How do I log in to the Penn Applicant Portal? Does Penn superscore the SAT and the ACT?