Unit of credit definition

Unit of credit means credit awarded for courses taken with school district/school approval and successfully completed by students. A student may also earn units of credit by demonstrating subject mastery through district/school approved methods.
Unit of credit means credit awarded for a course taken:
Unit of credit means an amount of credit, which is awarded to a pupil for his successful completion of a course containing at least 120 hours of instruction or the equivalent.

Examples of Unit of credit in a sentence

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) – Unit of credit customarily used for continuing education courses.

  • Unit of credit customarily used for continuing education courses.

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) - Unit of credit customarily used for continuing education courses.

  • An employee shall, not less than ten weeks prior to the presumed date of confinement, produce to the employer the certificate referred to in subparagraph placitum (i) of paragraph (d) above.

  • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) -Unit of credit customarily used for continuing education courses.


More Definitions of Unit of credit

Unit of credit means credit awarded for courses taken consistent with this rule or upon LEA authorization or for mastery demonstrated by approved methods.
Unit of credit means the amount of credit, which is awarded to a pupil for his/her successful completion of a course containing at least 120 hours of instruction or the equivalent. Note: One-half credit class contains 60 hours of instruction or the equivalent.
Unit of credit means a unit of credit as defined by the Nevada State Board of Education and the Northwest Association of secondary and higher schools.
Unit of credit means credit awarded for courses taken
Unit of credit means a minimum of one hundred twenty clock-hours of instruction for all courses except the natural sciences and career and technical courses which require one hundred fifty clock-hours of instruction.
Unit of credit means credit awarded for courses taken consistent with this rule or upon school district/school authorization or for mastery demonstrated by approved methods.
Unit of credit means a measure of credit that may be awarded to a student for satisfactory completion of a particular course or subject. A full unit of credit is credit that is awarded for satisfactory completion of a course or subject that is offered for and generally requires 120 clock-hours to complete. Credit may be awarded in increments based upon the amount of time a course or subject is offered and generally requires to complete. Individual students may be awarded credit based upon demonstrated knowledge of the content of a course or subject, regardless of the amount of time spent by the student in the course or subject.