The Kwantlen year is divided into three semesters. The fall semester extends from September to December. The spring semester extends from January to April. The summer semester extends from May to August.
An academic semester is a three-term system (Fall = mid-August to mid-December; Spring = mid-January to mid-May; Summer = mid-May to mid-August). Most Oregon private colleges operate on a semester system.
an informal unit of time. The word semester comes from the Latin words for "six months," and originally a semester was understood to equal 6 months or 1/2 year. However, the word is now used chiefly to mean half the academic year at a school or college, a period of time which can vary from 15 to 21 weeks.
There are two semesters in each academic year. There are twelve weeks of classes in each semester. (See also 'Summer Semester') You can find semseter dates for the next few years on the Key Dates website.
Half of an academic year (6 months). Academic years in the UK are generally divided into 2 semesters or 3 terms. Many universities have both semesters, for course organisation purposes, and terms, during which teaching takes place. See also Term
A semester is normally a fifteen-week long period of instruction. There are two semesters in each academic year Ð fall and spring. There are also ten-week long periods of instruction during the fall and spring. Each of the three summer sessions are generally seven weeks long.
One type of term within an academic year marking the beginning and end of classes. In the CSU, 14 of the 20 campuses are on the semester system. Each semester is usually 15 weeks in length, and there are two semesters (fall and spring) in an academic year. CSU Stanislaus is on a modified semester system.
The time period in which credit courses are offered. A traditional academic year consists of two semesters which are Fall and Spring. There are also non-traditional semesters offered during Winter and Summer.
UNE's academic year is split into 2 semesters (or three trimesters for some specialist business courses/ programs). The First Semester commences in February, the Second Semester commences in July. The beginning of each semester is also referred to as a 'commencement date'.
A period of time during which many grouped-study courses are offered. Fall semester courses typically run from September through December, and winter semester courses are usually offered from January through April. Some grouped-study courses are offered during spring/summer semester.
Old Dominion University is on the semester system, which divides the school year into three sections: Fall (Late August through mid-December), Spring (Mid-January through mid-May) and Summer (Mid-May through mid-August). Within these semesters, there may be separate sessions that further divide them.
The academic year is divided into two main semesters lasting 15 weeks each (September-December and January-June). Each module (unit of study) is normally offered either in the first (autumn) or second (spring) semester; a few are offered in both. Some postgraduate programmes have work which continues into a third (summer) semester and a range of modules is offered at the Summer School (semester S).
A semester is an independent academic period of 15 weeks, half of an academic year; similar to a term at other universities. Spring semester is from May to August. Fall semester is from September to December. Winter semester is from January to April.
Period of time within which a course will be completed. Traditionally 15 weeks long -- so that a basic three credit hour course would be one that met three hours each week for 15 weeks, or a total of 45 hours of instructional time. Montgomery College has regular 15-week semesters in the "Fall" (early September - late December) and in the "Spring" (late January - early May). Also two Summer Semesters, each lasting for only about 5 calendar weeks, so about three times as many class hours per week as during a regular semester to reach same total instructional time.
A subdivision of the academic year into two semesters, usually Fall and Spring, each lasting approximately eighteen weeks. To convert semester units to quarter units, multiply by 3/2. To convert quarter units to semester units multiply by 2/3.
is a period of approximately fourteen consecutive weeks during which there are at least twelve weeks of lecture. Normally the Fall Semester commences in early September, the Winter Semester in early January, and the Spring Semester in early May.
The method of organisation of the teaching year. At Deakin there are three semesters; semester 1 runs from February to July; semester 2 runs from July to November; summer semester runs from November to February
A semester is a way of dividing the school year into two equal sessions, each session lasting 14 or 15 weeks. At QVCC, Fall semester is from the end of August or the beginning of September to the middle of December, and Spring semester is usually from the end of January to the middle of May.
The academic year is divided into two teaching periods called the first and second semesters. The University operates a mixture of full-year and semester systems. This means some papers will be completed in a single semester (that is, a half-year, either first or second semester) while others will run for the whole year. Some semester papers are offered in each semester, while others occur in only one semester a year. In planning a year's work, students need to consider the impact of semesters on their personal timetables. Generally it is advisable to keep a balanced workload.
The method of organisation of the teaching year. At Deakin University there are three semesters: Semester 1, from March to July; Semester 2, from July to November; and Summer Semester, from December to February. In the unit descriptions that appear in the Handbook, 'first semester' indicates that the unit is available only in Semester 1; 'second semester' indicates that the unit is available only in Semester 2; 'year' indicates a unit that runs over two semesters (normally Semesters 1 and 2); and 'Summer Semester Studies' indicates that the unit is available in Summer Semester.
A semester is a term that divides the academic year in two. Each semester generally lasts for 15 weeks. Some schools will operate a semester system while others will divide the academic year into three terms.
Either of the two main periods of instruction into which the academic year is usually divided. The Fall semester begins in September and ends in December, while the Winter semester begins in January and ends in April. The shorter periods of instruction between May and August are collectively called Spring/Summer session.
EVC divides its academic year into two semesters – Fall and Spring. The Fall semester begins in August/September and ends in December and the Spring semester begins in January and ends in May/June. EVC also offers a three week Spring intersession in January and a six week Summer session from June to July.
A period of time, usually about fifteen weeks, during which a post-secondary school is in session. In semestered schools, most courses last just one semester and students must register at the school each semester. Similar to school terms.
Half a year. The academic year is normally divided into the Winter Semester (WS) and Summer Semester(SS). The semester includes the time where courses and lectures take place as well as when they do not take place.
One type of academic term within an academic year that marks the beginning and end of classes. An academic year at a semester school would consist of 2 semesters: fall and spring. Each semester lasts approximately 15 weeks or 4-5 months. 1 semester credit = 1.5 quarter credits.