CREDIT ACCUMULATION

Most colleges in Colorado require, on average, 120 credit hours to earn a bachelor’s degree and 60 credit hours to earn an associate’s degree. Certificate programs require a wide range of credit hours. It is recommended that full time students pursuing a degree take 15 credit hours a semester, or 30 credit hours a year, to stay on track to graduate.

DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT CREDIT ACCUMULATION TREND

An average of the total number of credits earned or accumulated in one full academic year. Credits may include transfer credits and/or dual enrollment credits.

COLORADO STUDENT CREDIT ACCUMULATION TREND

An average of the total number of credits earned or accumulated in one full academic year. Credits may include transfer credits and/or dual enrollment credits.