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The answer would depend some on how the particular university assigns credit hours, but for any universities I'm aware of, 72 credit hours is unrealistic to finish in a single year. At my particular university, a full-time load is between 12 and 15 hours per semester, so even if you did 18 hours per term and 12 in the summer, you'd still only be at 48 hours and you'd be overwhelmed. So, probably not possible, definitely not a good idea...

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Who is considered a junior in college?A full college schedule requires 15 credit hours per semester, 30 credits per scholastic year: thus a sophomore would have earned 60 credits and a student carrying credit hours in excess of 60 credit hours would be conisdered a junior in college.

Consider that a full time student takes a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester, with minimum two semesters per year. That equals 24 credit hours per year, 48 in two years. So, a college student with 46 credit hours is still a sophomore. A different perspective puts a 46 hour student as a Junior (30-50 credit hours).

For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, one credit is equivalent to 16 hours of class contact time.

For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, one semester hour per week, is one credit.

If County College is a two year institution then ~ 60 credit hours to transfer.

For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, 16 hours of classroom contact time in a semester equals one credit.

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Graduation with a DEGREE from an accredited 4 year college/university.

For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.For college and universities that operate on the regular two semester academic year, one credit equals 16hrs of class contact time.

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For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, one credit is 16 hours of class contact time. Thus, a three credit course would require 48 hours of class contact time for the semester.

For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, one credit is 16 hours of class contact time. Thus, a three credit course is 48 hours of classroom time for the semester.

One credit hour is equivalent to one credit for institutions that operate on a two semester academic year. Thus, if you take a three credit course, it means three hours of class contact time per week through the semester. Credit hours are also referred to as semester hours.

Senior college hours are hours that have been earned from a 4 year institution

One hour of college credit is usually awarded when a student passes a class that meets for one hour each week for one semester, which is usually 16 weeks long. There are usually 2 semesters a year, not counting the summer. Most colleges have a limit on the number of college credits a student can "carry" (or study) in one semester. The limit is usually between 17-22 "credit hours" a semester. It would probably take most students at least two semesters to complete 28 credit hours, or one academic year.

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For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year one credit is equal to 16 hours of class contact time.

Anytime you do poorly in high school it's almost always a good option to start off at a community college and take transferable credit courses. Once you finish your courses at the community college you can transfer your credits to the 4 year college you desire and finish your study there.

For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.For a college or university that operates on a regular two semester academic year, 12 credits (semester hours) is the minimum for a full-time student. The average full-time credit hour load is approximately 15 semester hours per semester.

The average college semester is 15 - 18 credits, so to earn 117 credit hours would take you 3 - 4 years to earn this many credits, assuming 2 semesters a year (spring and fall). This would be lessened if summer semesters are used as well.

To renew California CPA license, licensees have to complete 80 credit hours during a two-year period, with a minimum of 20 CPE credit hours per year.

To renew Indiana CPA license, licensees have to complete 120 credit hours during a three year period, with a minimum of 20 CPE credit hours per year.

Answer 1: Assuming that one goes to school full-time, then "47 college credit hours" is a little more than a year-and-a-half.At the full-time rate of 15 semester credit hours per semester, or 30 semester credit hours per year, then one may complete 45 semester credit hours in three semesters, or a year-and-a-half.A grand total of 47 semester credit hours is only two semester credit hours more than that... not even a full three-semester-credit-hour course/class, in fact. A two-semester-credit-hour course like that would tend to be something like "How to Use Computers" or "How to use the Library" or "How to write a resume and get a job," or "Underwater Basketweaving" or something. [grin]Of course, all of the above assumes that the school in question is on the "semester credit hour" system. However, there's another system used at some colleges and universities in the US: What's called the "quarter credit" system.On the quarter credit system, a full-time student earns 45 credits in just one year; 90 credits in two years (an associates degree); and 180 credits in four years (a bachelors degree). And so, if that's the system on which the school in question is operating, then 47 credits is just a tad over a year's worth of full-time college work.But the questioner used the phrase "credit hours," and so the "semester credit hours" system is reasonably assumed. In that system, a full-time student earns 30 semester credit hours per year; and so 60 semester credit hours in two years (an associates degree), and 120 semester credit hours in four years (a bachelors degree).If so, then the first part of this answer is correct: It would take a full-time student, taking 15 semester credit hours per semester, three semesters -- or a year-and-a-half -- to earn 45 semester credit hours; and 47 is not even a full three-semester-credit-hour course/class more than that.

Most colleges and universities give students access to this information online. Personally, I do not understand why you are attempting to figure out your credits in this manner. Still, if the college or university you are attending operates on a regular two semester academic year, one credit is required to have 16 hours of class contact time.