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12-18 credit hours is considered a fulltime student at the undergraduate (Bachelor's Degree) level, whereas 9-12 credit hours is considered full time at the graduate (Master's or Doctoral) degree level in a semester school system.
Is this in reference to a business schedule? I've seen this term used often in academic contexts to refer to course hours per week, but in a business context I think it would depend on what it's referring to.
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Explanation: perhaps this would work given the cotnext, since hourly "intensity" would make no sense in English