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How many classes are in a semester?

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2007-04-23 20:40:19
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543.68 approximately...;-)This answer is not politically correct for those who skip classes often or even at all. Most places consider 12 credits the minimum to be considered a full time student. 15 or 16 is about the norm and usually over 18 requires advisor approval.

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It depends on how many classes you are taking at a time, and how many hours each class represents. For example, science classes usually stand for 4 semester hours and English classes usually stand for 3 semester hours. If you took only those classes, your hours in a semester would be 7.

30 semester hours takes a full year, if you do 5 classes a semester. So 90 semester hours would take 3 years, if you do 5 classes a semester.

12-15hrs first semester, 15 second semester.

How many classes are you taking this semester?

you take a total of 6 classes in one semester. 4 of them are science, math, english, and social studies, and the other 2 classes are electives. Electives are more like "extra" classes like spanish, cooking...etc. Each semester, your 2 elective classes changes, totaling in 8 classes for the year.

You will need to take at least 15 credits of classes per semester. You also need to make sure you are focusing on classes like Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.

Translation: How many classes are you taking this semester?

Indiana Resident: one class, 3 credits - one semester = $727.20 two semesteres = $1,454.40 two classes, 6 credits - one semester = $1454.40 two semesters = $2,908.80 three classes, 9 credits - one semester = $2,181.60 two semesters = $4,363.20 four classes, 12 credits - one semester = $2,908.80 two semesters = $ 5,817.60 five classes, 15 credits - one semester = $3,636.00 two semesters = $7,272.00 Non-Indiana Resident: one class, 3 credits - one semester = $1,746.60 two semesters = $3,493.20 two classes, 6 credits - one semester = $3,943.20 two semesters = $6,986.40 three classes, 9 credits - one semester = $5,239.80 two semesters = $10,479.60 four classes, 12 credits - one semester = $6,986.40 two semesters = $13,972.80 five classes, 15 credits - one semester = $8,733.00 two semesters = $17,466.00

It means, "how many classes are you taking this semester?" So just answer with a number.

The University of Phoenix operates on a regular semester credit system.

That all depends on what school you go to some have 7, some have 9. Check with the school with that question.

The Quarter and the Semester are different. During the standard school year from about September to about May, there are two Semesters but there are three Quarters. Classes given by colleges that use the Quarter system run for fewer weeks than classes given on the Semester system, but more classes are taken during an academic year.

Depends on the number of classes and their respective credit hours. Five 3-credit hour classes in one semester, many people do it, it's tough, especially if they are higher level classes. Three 5-credit classes, which would be almost impossible to collect but I've seen it done. More or less, four 3-credit classes per semester is the average. Enjoy you studies

It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.It depends on the college or university. There is no standardized start date across institutions. Typically, classes for the second semester (for schools that operate on a two semester academic year), start approximately mid January.

A short semester offers classes in 4 or 8 week segments and meets for a longer time frame

It depends on the major, the sequential nature of the curriculum, and the schools policies and regulations.

Including books and fees, about $2,000 to $2,500. It depends on how many classes you take.

It means "How many books for your classes this semester?"

Depends on the number of classes you have already taken to get a 2.5 because if you have only taken 6 classes then get a 4.0 in you next 6 classes then your GPA with sky rocket but if you have taken alot of classes then a 4.0 in one semester wont have such a big impact

200. each semester of a class is 5 credits (5 classes X 8 semesters X 5 credits per semester.)

Each class is three credits, except for labs, those are four credits. You can take as many classes as you want. Depending on your school full-time is either 3 or four classes, but you can take as little as 1 or as many as you can without getting overwhelmed. You don't really pass semesters, you pass classes. For example, you can fail 3 out of the four you take and still go on to the next semester, you would just need to repeat those classes at some point.

The cost of an undergraduate semester hour and classes online depends on the school you are interested in attending. Sometimes tuitions cost much online than on campus.

In order to convert quarter hours to semester hours, divide the number of quarter hours by 1.5. It is important to check transfer classes against the school catalog and with an advisor.


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