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You have finally narrowed down an idea for your first online course but if there was not only that one thing in the way! Where do you start? While creating an online course can be such a rewarding experience, it usually starts with information overwhelm. And if there is one thing that I’ve learned over the years as a course creator, starting small with a mini course will ultimately lead to success, especially if you’re just getting started with sharing your passion with an online course.

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A tested concept I swear by is LESS IS MORE! And it’s certainly something to remember when it comes to mini courses. The short version of traditional online courses can be powerful tools for solopreneurs not only to get started in the course creation process but also help grow your audience at the same time.

Below, I’ll dive into exactly what is a mini course and the steps on how you can create a mini course that’s profitable and impactful. But let’s start with the basics first.

What is a mini course?

When people refer to a mini course, chances are they are talking about a short online course that takes two hours or less to complete. It covers a hyper-specific topic and is often used as a teaser for a larger course or field of study aka your expertise.

It might be repurposed content you have created in the past or it might be a module from a larger online course that you plan to release in the future or have already published.

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For instance, let’s take one of my flagship courses, Website in Week, which teaches solopreneurs not only how to design their own website in WordPress but also includes all the details about branding, post-launch tasks, ways to drive traffic to their website, and so much more.

So naturally, as an introductory offer, I have decided to create DIY Website Starter Kit, a free mini course that covers my #Layout2Launch method, a three step process to planning, designing and launching your WordPress website without tech overwhelm.

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But why mini courses?

Fact is, there are several benefits to starting your course creation journey with a smaller offer like mini course. But before you get started, it’s best to be clear why you are making it in the first place. This will help shape what you create. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • How can I be sure that my course is going to be profitable?
  • How can I find people to sign up or buy my course?
  • How can I start making money with my online course?
  • What’s the best topic to cover in my online course?
  • How am I going to turn my passion into an online course?

With solid understanding why creating an online course is the right choice for your business, let’s take a look at some of the reasons for starting out with a mini course.

Benefits & Goals of Mini Course

Now that you know what a mini course is, it’s only fair to look at benefit you can get from creating one and also what goals you should focus along the way.

1. Grow Online Audience

For course creators whose biggest concern is finding and growing an online audience, a mini course is an incredible tool for doing so, especially if offered for free and used as a lead magnet, or offered to students who pre-pay for the full course.

A mini course can earn you recognition as an expert for a very specific topic. And in other words, a very specific topic can support a business in a larger niche. Let’s look at my Web Mentor Program caters to the different needs of my audience in their DIY web design journey.

2. Narrow Down Course Topic

Mini courses help gauge demand for a topic before investing time and resources into a much larger course. If an audience buys or enrolls in the mini course, it’s likely a good sign they’re ready to purchase the full product.

3. Start Making Money

If a course creator is starting from scratch, just gaining a web presence, or is starting to think about how to translate their passion or content into an online course, the process and timeline can be daunting.

That’s where creating a mini course can shrink down that startup time and produce a profit quickly.

Pro Tip: Creators should repurpose content or choose a bite-sized topic they know like the back of their hand to start enrolling students in their mini course. I’m talking hours or days to gather enrollments, rather than weeks.

4. And Again, Less is More

The best way is to start small to eventually grow big. As a new course creator you may not want to jump headfirst into a full curriculum. Biting off a smaller portion of a good idea for a mini course will help to find your voice and slowly build your business up.

Free vs Paid Mini Course

Maybe the most important question as a solopreneur is how do you leverage a mini course to grow a business and what to charge or not to charge?

Newbies without an audience: A free course is an incentive for attracting people to sign up for emails prior to becoming customers. Use wording like “for a limited time” to drive urgency and convince more people to sign up while they can.

Newbies with an audience: Charging is a great way to see if the public will put their money into an idea. Start with a price range between $10 – $50 after all you’ll be offering only a tiny portion of your expertise in your mini course. And as they say, even small change can add up to big bills in the long run.

Course creators with existing course looking to test a new topics: Assuming there’s already a robust email list and clientele, charging to explore new courses is an excellent way to “test the waters” and see if an audience is ready to expand their learnings or even shift directions with you.

In the end, pricing a mini course comes down to:

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  • What are you comfortable charging?
  • What the audience is willing/able to pay?
  • How does it compare to other courses?

So, there you have it. There is no right or wrong answer when it comes to pricing your mini course. You are the boss and decide what your passion or knowledge is worth to you.

And always remember, if you start with a free mini course you can always charge for it later if you feel it’s better for your overall business … indeed the beauty of being your own boss!

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STEP BY STEP to Create Your Mini Course

One piece of advice before you set out to create a mini course: Keep it short!

Often I’ve seen mini courses that could be stand alone products that can sell for hundreds of dollars. Keep the mini course small, simple, and short. Consider following this formula:

Step 1: Choose Your Topic

For those who have content already: A blogger, a YouTuber, a podcaster, an Instagrammer, etc. may have all the content needed to create a mini course and already have an audience. In this case, take a look at analytics to understand which topics may be good for a mini course.

Ask yourself …

❏ Which content is getting the most traffic?

❏ Which content is getting the most engagement?

❏ Which content is doing the best in Google search?

❏ Which content is driving the most new people to your email list?

For those who are educators or trainers: Those in this position may be able to take a tiny slice of a training series or talk and break it down into a mini course fairly easily.

Ask yourself …

❏ Which talks or training events are the most popular?

❏ Which ones get the best attendance and spark conversations?

❏ Which ones are people willing to pay for?

For those who run a service business: Consultants who provide the same services to different clients over and over again, may also be all set to create a mini course. The key is in breaking out a very small (but valuable) sliver of the whole picture.

Ask yourself …

❏ What is one tiny tidbit that clients find incredibly valuable?

❏ What projects do you have to turn down because of bandwidth?

❏ Do you often turn down clients because they can’t afford your rates?

❏ Are there any services you don’t want to do any more…but keep getting asked about?

For those starting from square one: Those who have been the go-to of friends and family members for the same topic over and over or those who have unique training or experiences might be positioned perfectly to create a course too.

Ask yourself …

❏ Do friends and family ask you for advice on the same topic over and over again?

❏ Do you have any special training or experience?

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❏ Do you find yourself helping friends and family with the same tasks over and over (and over)?

❏ Do you have any content you’ve been meaning to write?

After answering these questions, you may surprise yourself and realize you have already more content ready for your mini course than what you initially thought.

But keep in mind, less is more, so don’t go crazy assembling your mini course just yet.

Step 2: Identify Your Audience

Course creators shouldn’t be tempted to jump right into content creation. Scoping out and identifying their target audience are keys to success. One of the main ways to start this is to identify a particular group or community you’re passionate about and want to serve.

One way to test this is to write and promote separate blog posts targeting those audiences and see which one garners the most attention and engagement.

Another way to dig deeper is good ol’ research. Type the term into the search bar in Google and browse hashtags on other social media channels like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Are there Quora questions on the topic? What are the answers like? This will give an idea of the communities your topic appeals to.

Pro Tip: Head over to course platforms like Udemy and see what courses similar to your topic are already available online.

Of course, if you discover a course already exists on your passion topic, there’s no need to panic. Simply examining the existing course to see if it’s targeting the same audience and if it’s doing so adequately can help determine if a new course will be successful. Identify what angles are missing and what new opportunities can be improved.

Just remember: It’s always better to create a product or service so perfectly designed for a specific target audience that it’s an absolute no-brainer for them to buy it. Trying to appeal to everyone dilutes the course’s message and makes the product less appealing.

Now tell me, are you clear on your target audience yet? Can you describe your audience in 1 or 2 words? If not, make it more specific because the clearer you are on who you are serving the more success your mini course will have.

Step 3: Provide Transformation

The best way to do this is to solve a real problem. Think about it this way: The target audience has a problem, and this course can solve it. Let’s take the Website in Week course mentioned earlier that helps female solopreneurs who enjoy DIY approach in their business to learn now to design and manage their web presence without all the tech overwhelm.

Now your turn, think of your course idea and answer the following questions:

❏ Does your course solve a real problem or frustration?

❏ How will your students be different after they take your course?

Again, it all comes down to keeping things specific and to the point by providing your students with small chunks of knowledge that can eliminate their pain points one step at a time.

Step 4: Course Outline

The very best way to do this is to take a look at the transformation students should experience through the course and work backwards. Yes, start at the end result your students desire! And while already planning your course, consider what type of content you want to use to support the learning journey.

When bringing this into reality for DIY Website Starter Kit mini course, I wanted my students to be able to get started with their website design process by mastering:

  • How to plan a web presence like a designer
  • How to design a DIY website in WordPress
  • What to do after the website is launched

Of course, each of the sections was loaded with many smaller tasks one needs to know (and you’re welcome to sign up for the DIY Website Starter Kit for FREE) but we are here to help you come up with your very own mini course idea so again ask yourself:

What are all the things your students need to know to achieve the desired transformation?

Step 5: Find Your Focus

I know you may have come up with a super long list now of must-knows for your course topic. The next step for any course creator after making their list is to shrink that list even smaller.

The bottom line: Whatever topic is chosen, it should stand alone. In other words, even if it’s the only course a student ever takes, it provides so much value they become a fan.

So, as mentioned before, less content but packed with solid knowledge will be the sweet spot for your mini course. And guess what, if you already have some content available, now it’s the time to check your blog, archives or however you store all the know-how and get all the goods that match your mini course topic.

But in order to do so, first decide which method of delivery is best for each module: is it a video, a PDF, just a text lesson? Below is a friendly reminder of what is best suitable for your min course.

Video content is best for:

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– Sharing ideas and concepts in three minutes or less

– Screencasts and walkthroughs, where students need to see the exact steps

Downloadable content is best for:

– Cheat sheets, workbooks, and other resources

– Process documents like spreadsheets and other organizational tools

Text content is best for:

– Explaining a concept in more detail

– Showing step-by-step info

– Linking to other resources on the web

Time to Launch Your Mini Course

You’ve created your mini course and are ready for people to sign up but wait … something is missing!

A place to host your course and of course a sales page to promote.

Over the years, I have created courses on various platforms and even self-hosted some courses on my WordPress website. I won’t go into details but if you are interested in learning more head over to my tech review for the latest course platforms.

Before signing up, one piece of advice, make sure to consider your long term goals as course creator so you won’t have to move your courses from one platform to another as it’s not difficult but can be very time consuming. So do your research or connect with me if you have any tech questions related to online courses platforms.

But no matter where you’ll host your mini course, you’ll need:

Course Sales Page

This is where people will be able to sign up for your free mini course or purchase access. Most course platforms already have drag and drop functionality for sales pages as part of their setup but if you’re self-hosting your online course, feel free to check out how to create your own sales pages in WordPress.

Email Service Provider

Course creators will be able to use their mini course as a list-building tool, so it’s a wise time to start building your email list. There are maybe different providers that will walk you through their setup process. After years with MailChimp, I have recently moved to CovertKit and love it.

Social Media

Although maybe not as powerful a marketing tool as an email list, social media accounts can be great ways to drive traffic to your course sales page. Consider Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and even Pinterest to market your course.

Pro Tip: Schedule your posts ahead with a social media automation tool like Planoly to stay ahead of the game and rock the web.

Bonus: Mini Course Marketing

There are many ways to launch a marketing strategy around an online course, but some of the most successful ways for mini courses aren’t all that complicated.

Guest blogging

Write for other blogs featuring a topic covered in the mini course and target the same audience. Before writing, consider if the blog even takes guest posts, if their audience is big enough to offer a high conversion rate, and most importantly, if they link and credit the post properly to drive business.

Organic social media marketing

This means linking the mini course sales page in any and every social media bio, posting frequently, engaging with the audience, and sharing related content.

Influencer outreach

Research influencers, bloggers, podcasters, Instagrammers, YouTubers, etc. who run powerful platforms related to the course. Offer them access for free and ask if they’re interested in sharing the mini course with their followers should they enjoy it.

In-person promotion

Course creators who already speak at or have in-person classes can leverage those appearances to drive new customers to their course. Another option is to actually test the content you want to include in your online courses during a workshop or in-person event.

Paid ads

This may not be the way to go for those just getting started, but i willing to invest time and energy might see a benefit paying for targeted ads. But my recommendation is to first go the organic route before spending money, especially if you are unsure how it’s done right.

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Small Steps to big rewards

No matter if you’re a newbie, established course creator or simply interested in exploring course creation options further, it’s important to do all the “leg work” before diving into creation mode.

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Start small with a mini course to test the waters, and allow your product suite to grow along the way as you gain confidence and increase your following. Listen to your students’ feedback in regards to your mini course and make the changes before adding more content.

Because your end goal for your mini course or flagship program should always be for your students to walk away with lots of new knowledge and that is only possible with a carefully curated (and not overwhelming) online course that is regularly updated with the latest information related to your topic.

If you follow the tutorial above, you’ll be well on your way to starting your course creation journey. And while it may be a lot of work, it should be fun to share your passion with the world.

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How many hours is a mini course? ›

Typically two to three hours in length, a mini course focuses on helping your audience solve a specific problem or achieve one result. A free mini course is the perfect little tool to build an email list and determine who is interested in your full, paid course. Plus, building a mini-course doesn't require much effort.

How do I start a mini online course? ›

How to create a mini course & start making money online today
  1. Build your brand around a theme or topic.
  2. Create a membership site.
  3. Establish your online audience.
  4. Pick a mini course topic.
  5. Build a buyer persona for your mini course.
  6. Identify your mini course goals.
  7. Outline your mini course.
  8. Create focused, actionable content.

Is it mini course or mini course? ›

minicourse. noun. mini·​course ˈmin-ē-ˌkō(ə)rs. -ˌkȯ(ə)rs. : a short course of study usually lasting less than a semester.

How many months is a short course? ›

A Short course, also known as Short Learning Programmes, are courses that vary in length between three and six months. These programmes can be seen as the groundwork for certificate studies, diploma studies or degree studies, which are more specialised and usually run between 1 and 3 years.

How much should a mini course be? ›

It helps to start and test the waters. Setting up a mini course is similar to creating a traditional online course, but it's much faster. You can sell it for $10-$50, depending on the content. Usually, the time duration is from 30 to 90 minutes.

What is a mini course syllabus? ›

Instead of a big topic, it focuses on sub-topics that are more suitable to being broken down into chunks. A student might take a mini-course in isolation. Or they might take a series of mini-courses to build mastery around a broader topic.

How long are Microlearning courses? ›

Microlearning is an approach to learning new information in small chunks at a time. Typically, microlearning sessions are under ten minutes and can take as little as one minute to complete.

How can I create a course fast? ›

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  1. Pick the perfect course topic.
  2. Ensure your course idea has high market demand.
  3. Create magnetic and compelling learning outcomes.
  4. Structure your modules and course plan.
  5. Determine the most engaging and effective delivery methods for each lesson.
  6. Produce your online course: filming, recording, and editing.
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How to start learning online? ›

10 tips for starting a new online course
  1. Get a head start. ...
  2. Organize your schedule. ...
  3. Keep track of every assignment. ...
  4. Familiarize yourself with the resources available. ...
  5. Create meaningful connections. ...
  6. Find the study habits that work best for you. ...
  7. Train your brain. ...
  8. Practice a new, or old, hobby.

How do I start an online training session? ›

Use These 8 Tips To Execute Virtual Training Sessions That Employees Will Love
  1. Encourage Audience Presence And Participation. ...
  2. Set Ground Rules, Expectations, And Training Goals. ...
  3. Facilitate Breakout Rooms. ...
  4. Make Your Session Interactive. ...
  5. Incorporate Microlearning. ...
  6. Give Attendees A Break.

Are online courses profitable? ›

You can make anywhere from $1000 to $100,000 or more per year selling online courses. Your revenue is going to depend mostly on the amount of traffic that you can bring to your courses, your conversion rate, and the price of your courses.

What is a quick course called? ›

crash course in American English

noun. a brief, intensive course of instruction, as to prepare one quickly for a test. Also called: cram course.

What is a short training course? ›

What is a short course? It's a course that doesn't take long to complete! A short course is a great way to gain the skills you need quickly.

What is a hobby course? ›

Hobby course means any directed activity engaged in by individuals as an avocation resulting in a collection of objects or in the production of works.

How long should you study for a course? ›

The general rule of thumb regarding college studying is, that for each class, students should spend approximately 2-3 hours of study time for each hour that they spend in class.

Is short course easier than long course? ›

The only tangible difference between short and long course is the pool length. The distance of every event is still the same. Despite this, all swimmers know that swimming in a short course pool feels considerably faster and less tiring.

What is the longest course to take? ›

1. Mechanical Engineering. Usually, a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering takes three years to complete. While you can start working as a mechanical engineer after completing this degree, many tend to go and earn a master's degree.

Are mini lessons effective? ›

Mini lessons are the perfect tool for teaching key skills related to reading, writing, and math. You can truly use mini lessons for any subject or topic, even skills related to social-emotional skills, direction following, and behavior.

How many lessons are in a mini unit? ›

A mini-unit generally consists of three to five 45-minute lessons (hence the name "Mini"!).

How much do people pay for an online course? ›

The average course price. Here's the top-level data on online course prices: Out of 132,009 course sales, the average course price is $137. Out of the same cohort, the standard deviation for online course prices, which measures how spread apart the data is from the center, is 167.

What is a pocket course? ›

Pocket Course is an online learning platform that enables you to choose from an array of artistry courses, as per your interest. To register visit -

What does a course syllabus do? ›

A syllabus lets students know what the course is about, why the course is taught, where it is going, and what will be required for them to be successful in the course (Altman & Cashin, 2003).

What is course syllabus learning outcomes? ›

Course Learning Outcomes are statements clearly describing the meaningful, observable and measurable knowledge, skills and/or dispositions students will learn in this course.

How many hours does it take to create an eLearning course? ›

eLearning Development FAQ

A average 1-hour interactive elearning course will take 197 hours to develop. But development of a 1-hour elearning course can range between 49 hours for the low end of the range of a “basic” course to 716 hours for the high end of the range of an “advanced” course.

How effective is microlearning? ›

Learning in bite-sized pieces makes the transfer of learning from the classroom to the desk 17% more efficient [4]. Microlearning with knowledge reinforcement can vastly improve retention by up to 60% [5].

What is microlearning a complete guide for beginners? ›

Microlearning is the process of acquiring knowledge through small chunks of information used to meet a specific learning outcome. Small chunks of information can be delivered via videos, articles, ebooks, audio clips, or any other form of content focused enough to meet an immediate need.

How do you create a course step by step? ›

How to create an online course
  1. Choose the right subject matter.
  2. Test your idea.
  3. Research the topic extensively.
  4. Write a course outline.
  5. Create the course content.
  6. Bring your course online.
  7. Sell your online course.
  8. Market your content.

Which online course is best? ›

Top Trending Online Courses
  • Data Science. ...
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. ...
  • Big Data. ...
  • Business Intelligence. ...
  • Cloud Computing. ...
  • Project Management. ...
  • Software Development. ...
  • Full-stack development.

How fast can I finish an online course? ›

Many online schools offer accelerated classes. These classes can be completed in five to ten weeks instead of the traditional 18 week semester. This allows you to complete more classes per year. If they also offer year-round continuous classes you can gain even more time.

How can I learn anything online for free? ›

Free Programming and Web Development Courses
  1. CS50 (Harvard) ...
  2. Learn HTML (Codecademy) ...
  3. Learn CSS (Codecademy) ...
  4. The Modern JavaScript Tutorial ( ...
  5. Code a Game in JavaScript (Udemy) ...
  6. Introduction to Philosophy (University of Edinburgh) ...
  7. Art History (Khan Academy) ...
  8. US History (Khan Academy)
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How do I start learning? ›

Guide: How to teach yourself to learn again
  1. Plan and strategize. The fact that a well-defined plan amounts to half the job being done, cannot be overstated. ...
  2. Say no to procrastination. ...
  3. Avoid distractions. ...
  4. Strike a balance. ...
  5. Curate the right ambience.
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How do you structure an online course? ›

6 steps to creating an effective online course structure.
  1. Create an outline for your online course. ...
  2. Develop well-organized, bite-sized courses. ...
  3. Add interactivity to your lessons. ...
  4. Ensure a user-friendly navigation. ...
  5. Incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous eLearning styles. ...
  6. Ask for student feedback throughout the course.
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How does online training work? ›

Online training lets organizations and managers teach people skills and knowledge over the internet via a computer, smartphone, or other device. It can involve: Asynchronous training such as e-learning courses, videos, and facilitated discussion forums, that people can access when they want to.

How long does it take to create an online course? ›

Many aspiring creators ask themselves this very question when they are looking to start a new online course. The time you will need to put a course together really depends on your specific case, however it generally takes anywhere between 25 to 500 hours to craft an online course.

Are online courses easy? ›

For some people, online programs are easier because they offer a flexible schedule. In addition, people with great time management skills and a sense of responsibility can excel in online classes. However, online education may be more challenging for those who enjoy learning in a classroom environment.

Are online courses stressful? ›

Attending classes online was more stressful than in-person or hybrid instruction for college students early in the COVID-19 pandemic, and teens who learned online reported poorer mental health and lower school satisfaction and academic performance, according to two new studies.

Are online courses difficult? ›

Because online classes cover the same or similar material, typically in the same amount of time as traditional classes, they are not harder. The only thing that can make an online class seem harder is the amount of reading and communication they require.

What is the most easiest course to take? ›

That being said, here's a look at some college classes that tend to be easier than some core classes.
  • Creative Writing. ...
  • Physical Education. ...
  • Psychology. ...
  • Public Speaking. ...
  • Anthropology. ...
  • Art History. ...
  • Acting. ...
  • Photography.

What is the word for first courses? ›

An entrée (/ˈɒ̃treɪ/, US also /ɒnˈtreɪ/; French: [ɑ̃tʁe]), in modern French table service and that of much of the English-speaking world, is a dish served before the main course of a meal. Outside North America, it is generally synonymous with the terms hors d'oeuvre, appetizer, or starter.

Why is it called a short course? ›

At its very simplest it refers to the length of the pool you are swimming in. If the pool is 25 meters long it is Short Course swimming and if the pool is 50 meters long then its Long Course.

What should I bring to a short course? ›

FAQs - Short courses
  • Clothing – Students should wear their usual workplace clothing and closed footwear.
  • Refreshments – If you are attending a day course, a light lunch will generally be provided. ...
  • Stationery –

Which country is best for short term courses? ›

What are the most popular places for short-term programs? Countries like England, Spain, and Costa Rica are popular options for short-term study abroad.

What is the 5 hobby rule? ›

To recap: find five hobbies that you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, one to be creative, one to build knowledge, and one to evolve your mindset.

What are the 4 types of hobbies you need? ›

You need to develop these four types of hobbies in your life:
  • Hobbies for learning, reading, and curiosity.
  • Hobbies for arts, creativity, and imagination.
  • Hobbies for fitness, health, and wellbeing.
  • Hobbies for money, assets, and content creation.

What hobbies can I learn at home? ›

20 Hobbies You Can Start at Home—Today
  • Learn calligraphy. ...
  • Work out online. ...
  • Learn how to cook. ...
  • Practice meditation. ...
  • Pick up needlework. ...
  • Learn an instrument. ...
  • Paint. ...
  • Make your own soap, candles, you name it…
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How many hours is one course? ›

What is a Credit Hour?
Credits to be earnedHours per week, 7-week courseHours per week, 14-week course
1 credit6 hours3 hours
3 credits18 hours9 hours
6 credits36 hours18 hours
12 credits72 hours36 hours

How many hours is a 3 hour course? ›

When speaking about a 3 credit hour course, you may find that the course meets 3 times a week for 50 minutes, or 2 times a week for 75 minutes. This is typical and is still considered 3 full credit hours. The 30 minute shortage per week is to account for transition between classes for both professors and students.

How long is 48 course hours? ›

You must complete at least 45 – 48 hours of class time in one semester. This averages about 3 hours of classroom time per week for the full 16-week semester. Generally speaking, one class is about 3 credit hours. This applies only to credit hours for classroom lectures.

How long is a normal course? ›

The average golf course is approximately 6600 yards long (3.75 miles or 6 kilometers) made up of Par-3, 4 and 5's, with a varying number of each depending on the course.

How many hours is a 5 credit course? ›

Oftentimes, in the U.S., colleges will count credits as the number of hours spent in class. For example, a 3-credit class may mean 3 hours of class or lecture time, and a 5-credit course may equal one hour of class each day of the week for 5 total hours.

How do you calculate course hours? ›

The formula provided that in order to determine a semester credit hour, the number of clock hours would need to be divided by 30 (30 clock hours = 1 semester credit hour). In order to determine quarter credit hours, the number of clock hours would be divided by 20 (20 clock hours = 1 quarter credit hour).

How many hours should you study for a course? ›

The general rule of thumb regarding college studying is, that for each class, students should spend approximately 2-3 hours of study time for each hour that they spend in class.

How many classes is full-time? ›

What Does It Mean to Be a Full-Time Student in College? Typically, undergraduates are considered full-time college students if they take at least 12 credits — about four classes — each semester.

How many hours is 4 credits? ›

Four credit units require students to work on that course for about 180 (45x4) hours in some combination of class/instructional time and out-of-class time.

How many classes is 15 credits? ›

Again, at most colleges that means 15 credits or five classes, but it will depend on your school.

How many years is 60 college credits? ›

A two –year program equals approximately 60 credits; a four-year baccalaureate equals approximately 120 credits.

How many hours is 1 credit hour? ›

During the course of the semester, a credit hour is equivalent to one of the following: 15 hours of classroom contact, plus appropriate outside preparation (30 hours).

How many credits is a degree? ›

Most bachelor's degree programs require 120 college credits. At a four-year institution granting an average of three credits per class, that's five classes per semester. Many institutions require more than 120 credit hours to graduate, with some programs exceeding 140 total credit hours.

How long should an online tutorial be? ›

Studies show that the ideal length of a video lesson for an online course should not be more than 15 minutes. If your videos are short and to the point, information is more digestible for students and you can reach a higher level of engagement. Shorter videos are also easier for you to produce as a creator!

How long is it healthy to study? ›

Most people recommend studying for 3 to 4 hours every day on a set schedule that allows your brain to work at its full capacity. You should avoid studying for more than five or six hours as this can lead to burnout and cause you to lose the information that you have learned.

What is a normal course? ›

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