How many years is 60 credit hours?
A two year program equals approximately 60 credits; a four-year baccalaureate equals approximately 120 credits. 15 credit hours per quarter x 3 quarters per year = 45 credits per year. A two-year program equals approximately 90 credits; a four-year baccalaureate equals approximately 180 credits.
How many credit hours do you need to be considered a senior?
90 credit hours
Should I take 16 credits?
15 is considered the normal course load (~120units to graduate, 4 years, 2 semesters/year = 15units/semester). 12 is usually the minimum required to be considered a full time student (and if you withdraw from a class, you’re below the minimum and you lose a lot of your financial aid). 16 is perfectly fine.
How many hours should I work while in college?
Experts say that the ideal number of hours for students to work is 10-15 a week. In fact, there’s even some evidence that working a little bit while you’re in school can actually improve your chances of graduating.