Credit hour means the value assigned by the commission to a prelicense or continuing education program, course, or activity.
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Credit hour calculations (below) use the grand total of WU credit hour (50 minute) periods, add the accompanying out-of-class work, and then express total student work in normal “hours” (60 minutes).
More Definitions of Credit hour
Credit hour means each classroom or instruction hour per week of a one-semester course of academic learning, or the equivalent, that is recognized by the degree-granting institution of higher education that offers it as a degree-credit course; typically, a one-semester university course constitutes three credit hours and one semester means a course of academic learning that has a term or duration of approximately fifteen
Credit hour means 50 minutes of instruction within a 60-minute time period, allowing for a ten-minute break.
Credit hour means one continuing education course hour, comprising at least 50 minutes of instruction.
Credit hour means 50 minutes of classroom instruction in course work that meets the requirements set forth in rules adopted by the Department OBRE.
Credit hour means an academic unit earned through an accredited college or university for completing the equivalent of one hour of class time each week during a semester or equivalent shorter course term, as designated by the accredited college or university.