course credit


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Noun1.course credit - recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed; typically measured in semester hours
attainment - the act of achieving an aim; "the attainment of independence"
credit hour, semester hour - a unit of academic credit; one hour a week for an academic semester
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We were ready to play a close game and that's what happened, of course credit to our players who never gave up and stayed focus and stuck to the game plan,' said Arespacochaga.
Upon successful completion of the fieldwork and online coursework, they will receive a stipend to offset costs, as well as a full waiver of the UC Denver course credit and technical fees.
The percentage of graduates who received any AP course credit on their high school transcript (henceforth "AP course takers") increased threefold between 1990 and 2013, from 12 to 39 percent of graduates (figure 2).
A faculty advisor endorsed this effort as a visual arts project for which Sulkowicz received course credit.
The University of Texas at Austin currently gives credit for 31 AP tests, but requires scores of four or higher on 17 of them to award course credit.
ly/YMeTcp) student technology fees, set at $5 per course credit hour by state law, were decreased to $4 per course credit hour by Fletcher's Student Government Association in 2010.
Any company that offers internships for course credit has experienced the wide range of interns who come through the door.
Students who complete the program could receive one hour of course credit at the school's Daytona Beach, Fla.
The research sought to answer two questions: (1) What is the effect of teacher-to-parent communication on the probability a student earns course credit in a credit recovery program; and 2) Are positive or needs-improvement messages more effective at increasing a student's likelihood of earning course credit?
This remedial identity was reflected in a testing-heavy, basic skills curriculum focused primarily on lexico-grammatical issues, as well as in the program's policies for placement, tuition, and course credit.
The understanding involves co-development of short term management programs, course credit transfer and exchange of students and faculty.
rarely, if ever, provide course credit for life experiences, or work-place responsibilities;

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