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When will I graduate?
By telling us a little about your past experiences—in school, work and life in general—we’ll find ways to accelerate your time to graduation through giving credits based on experience or past college courses. You can even take challenge exams and other tests to earn credit.
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Most undergraduate students attend 2 classes per quarter. Most graduate students attend one class per quarter.
|Total Number of Credits Required to Graduate:||180|
Total Number of Courses Required to Graduate:
(1 class = 4.5 credits)
|· Credits Required to Graduate:||180|
|· Courses Required to Graduate:||40|
|· Terms Per Year:||3|
|· Courses Per Term:||2|
|· Terms Required to Graduate:||20|
|· Approximate Graduation:||2020|
Time to graduate is based on the assumption that you will be enrolling in this program next semester.
The times to graduate assume that students are enrolled in consecutive quarters. Transfer of college credit, challenge exams, and other individual circumstances may allow you to complete your certificate, diploma or degree sooner. Students study at their own pace and on their own schedule. Normal time for completion is: diploma/certificate program - 4.5 years; associate program - 3.5 years; bachelor’s program - 6 years; master’s program - 4.5 years.