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How long does college take for some students.

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Thank you comment icon Normally is 4 year, but depends on major and how many credit does the student take in each term. Jordan

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Luis’s Answer

Hi Kailey!

This can really depend on how many classes you take per term. Usually it takes 4 years, but if you take for example 12 credits per term, it could take you about 4.5 years maybe even 5. However, as long as you go at your own pace and feel comfortable, you should be just fine!
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Yasemin’s Answer

Hi Kailey! College is usually four years, it takes most if not all students about that time to earn their degree. It can vary however for example you can do a bachelor's + master's degree in 5 years; you can also finish a semester early and get to graduate early. Sometimes students can graduate early by taking extra summer classes however they can be costly. Personally I earned my diploma a semester early, things worked out with my credits and I was actually surprised! However, most of the time it is 4 years and it is just about enough to complete classes.

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Melody’s Answer

Universities and colleges have plans set for 4 years for bachelor d,egrees, 2 years for associate degrees, 6 years for masters degrees. Specialty areas vary such as medical, PHd studies.
For you, the defining time is the study you major in, life situations that affect your time/money and motivation, and the goals you set for yourself.
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Jad’s Answer

Typically four years, but this can vary a lot based on major type and decisions. I myself got the opportunity to double major with finance and economics, and because of the overlap in classes, I wasn’t able to graduate with both degrees without taking any more additional hours than needed to receive one major. My brother on the other hand chose finance and real estate as a double major, which had a little less overlap. Because if that and also working, he finished in 6 years. My advice is to stay in close contact with you school advisors so that you can optimize your schedule and not waste time on unnecessary classes.
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