How to Calculate College Credit Hours?


The amount of college credit hours will really depend on the college you are attending. On average for each credit a course is worth, it is equivalent to each hour a week a course meets. For example, a 4 credit course usually meets between 3 and 4 hours each week.
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1. Contact the registrar's office or flip through your college handbook to see how semester hours are counted. Many times the number of hours you are in class in a week for a given
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Each class is worth a certain number of credit hours - usually it's how many hours of actual class time you have per week. Generally, 12 credit hours gives you full-time student status
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College credit hours vary depending on the college. Most college classes are three times a week an hour a day and are worth 3 credit hours. Labs are normally only given one credit hour. Check with your school to see what they give for credits for every class hour attended. Take the total class hours attended and add the total credit per hour that the school gave you. Ex; you have class three times a week at 1 hour daily, the school states that you get one credit for every hour attended, so this would make this class a 3 credit course.
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