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The Number of Average Number of Hours Enrolled and Years to Obtain a Bachelors Degree – A Correlation Study NAME REMOVED TO PRESERVE ANONIMITY Introduction: When students decide to attend Tarleton State University, their goals tend to be receiving a degree in as few years as possible. Students will be told from time to time when entering an institution “if they will enroll in more hours during a semester they will be able to obtain a bachelors degree quicker.” This study will focus on the average number of hours enrolled per semester and the number of years required to complete an undergraduate degree. When NAME REMOVED TO PRESERVE ANONIMITY enrolled in an average of twelve hours per semester, it was found that NAME REMOVED TO PRESERVE ANONIMITY spent four and one half years to obtain an undergraduate. However, NAME REMOVED TO PRESERVE ANONIMITY enrolled in an average of fifteen hours per semester requiring only four years to obtain his bachelors degree from Tarleton State University. Hypothesis:
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ACR 598 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Fall '11 term at Tarleton.

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