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I am using this template to make my CV and I would like to list multiple bachelor degrees.

https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/jakes-resume/syzfjbzwjncs

\resumeSubheading
  {University of Maryland, College Park}{College Park, MD}
  {Bachelor of Science Degrees in Mathematics}{Aug. 2015-- May 2019}   
  {Bachelor of Science Degrees in Computer Science}{Aug. 2015-- May 2019}   

But every time I list my degrees, the texts overlap one another. I tried using \vspace{1mm} but with no luck.

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From the template itself there is no direct way to do it as the resumeSubHeading command only take 4 arguments and places them in a table.

You can achieve what you want by adding the makecell package to the preamble and inputting your degrees in the following manner:

\resumeSubheading
  {University of Maryland, College Park}{College Park, MD}
  {\makecell{Bachelor of Science Degrees in Mathematics\\   
    Bachelor of Science Degrees in Computer Science}}
  {\makecell{Aug. 2015-- May 2019\\
    Aug. 2015-- May 2019}}
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This is old but I ran into the same problem so I thought I'd post my solution. You could also add a modified version of resumeSubHeading like so:

\newcommand{\resumeSubheadingTwo}[6]{
  \vspace{-2pt}\item
    \begin{tabular*}{0.97\textwidth}[t]{l@{\extracolsep{\fill}}r}
      \textbf{#1} & #2 \\
      \textit{\small#3} & \textit{\small #4} \\
      \textit{\small#5} & \textit{\small #6} \\
    \end{tabular*}\vspace{-7pt}
}

Then you could define the heading like below:

\resumeSubheadingTwo
  {University of Maryland, College Park}{College Park, MD}
  {Bachelor of Science Degrees in Mathematics}{Aug. 2015-- May 2019}   
  {Bachelor of Science Degrees in Computer Science}{Aug. 2015-- May 2019}

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