A bachelor's degree is an academic degree intended for students planning to complete an undergraduate course or major. Students can get the baccalaureate degree commonly in about 3 - 4 years. Sometimes it takes a little bit longer to complete the program if they are not full time students.
Different school programs required students to take different amount of credit hours. They commonly require completing about 124 – 139 credit hours depending on the major the student will choose. Different classes worth different amount of credit hours, they can be worth 1 - 7 credit hours. For example, if you take an average 3 credit hours a class, so you need to take approximately 41 - 46 classes during your course study. Furthermore, depending on how many classes you will be able to handle during a year or two semesters will determine your overall stay with the educational institution. For example, you will be able to take 5 classes a semester; therefore you can complete 10 classes a year which mean that you will get you bachelor’s degree in 4 years. If you wish to take 4 classes at a time, but enroll in some summer courses, you will still be able to graduate in about the same time.
How to get the bachelor’s degree in 3 years?
You just have to take more classes at a time. You need to divide the total number of classes you need to complete baccalaureate degree by 3 which is stands for numbers of years. For instance 41 classes divided by 3 years equals about 14 classes a year or approximately 7 classes a semester. However, keep in mind that some classes might be worth more or less credit hours. So, you need to ask your academic advisor about the exact numbers in your particular situation. Accelerated study is recommended for students who set certain goals why they need it that early or some adult students who want to come back to work as soon as possible. Normally students right after high school don’t need to graduate in just 3 years because they are not sure still what to do about their lives and their parents make the decision for them.
How to make your study efficient?
It is better to plan everything ahead especially if accelerated study program is one of the major concerns. Ask your school advisor to help you make a schedule of classes you are going to take. That way you won’t be in a situation that you need to take a class and it will be offered next time in a half year or so. It is also wise to combine more intensive courses with less intensive ones in order to handle successfully 4 -5 classes a semester without retaking them again. Drop outs will delay your graduation process. In addition, you will lose some money because most schools won’t return you the full amount for the dropt class.