That depends primarily on two things: what kind of degree you are getting, and how many classes you can go to per semester. Some grad programs can take two years, and some can take up to ten (usually after that you have to re-take classes because they have 10 year limits at many schools). Getting a Law degree going only to night school is going to take a lot longer than getting a law degree going full time during the day, for instance. And getting a Master's degree only is going to take a lot less time than getting a PhD (which usually comes after a Master's Degree). I would say as a gross oversimplification that it usually takes 2-4 years. :) But you should check your program, your college, and determine how many classes you can take each semester in order to know better how long it will take you individually.
It takes about two to three years to graduate from Real Estate school. However, it is recommended that you attend a four year undergraduate school in addition.
Harvard is a typical law school. It should take you three years to complete the course of study.
Graduate school can be quite expensive. If you are lucky enough to receive a scholarship, you might be able to study quite cheaply. Otherwise you will probably need to take out a loan, and they can take many years to pay back.
If you attend Aircraft maintenance school full-time the average time it will take you to complete and graduate is about 2 years.
Upon graduating college with a bachelors degree, you can then attend graduate school in any universities or colleges you want as long as they are offering courses in graduate school.
Aaron was a high school graduate.
You Need 45 Credits to graduate
In general carpentry courses take between 14 and 18 weeks. However if you want to be a master carpenter that can take a lifetime.
www.phoenix.edu is one online school which offers graduate courses online. www.waldenu.edu is also another website of an online school which offers graduate courses.
Graduate in what? Each level of schooling has requirements particular to itself. Such levels might include, elementary education, secondary school, college undergraduate and graduate study, diplomas and certificates etc.