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An undergraduate student must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours in the fall or spring semester or at least 6 credit hours in the summer term to be considered a full-time student. The normal load of work is 16 academic hours. With approval of the Advisor, a student may take a maximum of 20 credit hours during a regular semester. With the approval of both the Advisor and Dean, a student may take a maximum of 24 credit hours during a regular semester and 12 credit hours during a summer semester.