Normal Progress toward Degree
The minimum number of credits for an associate degree is 60; and for a bachelor's degree is 120. Twelve (12) credits per semester constitute a minimum, full-time load and normal progress toward a degree. An associate degree student who successfully completes two courses per 8-week session would complete the degree in 2 years. Students could attain a bachelor’s degree in 3.5 years by completing an average of 12 credits per semester.