The Carnegie system awards 1 credit per 50 or 55 minute class session per week over the course of a semester. I assume the statement means there is more (or less) class time required for the programming courses. It may be that the courses are "stacked" or offered in another alternative delivery format. To be sure, ask the program representative.
It is "comply with" or "conform to" not "comply to." To act in agreement with rules or requests. Definitely comply with
Comply with is correct.
Comply to the rules..
No because the measurements of a right angle triangle must comply with Pythagoras' theorem which is: a squared + b squared = c squared
who has to comply with HIPAA
The person being tattooed needs to be 18 yr old and you have to comply with the health dept. in sanitation classes for pathogens/infectious diseases.
If you do not comply with the rules of the establishment, you will be asked to leave.
Resist and comply are antonyms
No degree is required, though a specified number of training hours through an approved certificate program are necessary to comply with licensing requirements.
Comply is when you follow a rule or law or guideline that has been made. Examples: The girl seemed to always want to comply. If they did not comply, they would not be allowed to compete. The business always made sure to comply with the tax laws.
The verb of compliant is comply. As in "to comply with something or someone".
This would depend on what you failed to comply with.