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For most students, a typical academic course requires two to three hours of outside preparation for each hour spent in class. For example, a 15-credit load represents a commitment of 45-60 hours per week, consisting of 15 hours in class and 30-45 hours of outside preparation.
The average full-time course load is 15 credits for each fall and spring semester. During the summer semester, the average full-time course load is 12 credits. If you register for fewer than 12 credits, you are classified as part-time. You need written permission from your advisor or the registrar to enroll for more than 18 credits during any semester.
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