Colombian transcript - I.H.S.

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by arwb, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. arwb New Member

    English - U.S.
    I am translating a university transcript from Colombia. It lists Course Title, I.H.S., and Grade. "I.H.S." looks like it might be the credit hours, but I am not sure. Does anyone know what "I.H.S." stands for?
  2. arwb New Member

    English - U.S.
    Just found the answer in another forum. In case anyone is interested, I.H.S. is Intensidad Horaria Semanal, or class hours per week.
  3. TranslatingCat

    TranslatingCat Member

    United States
    Spanish-United States
    ARWB I was confronted with the same translation. How did you translate it?

    Weekly Schedule Intensity
    Weekly Schedule Frequency
    Frequency with Weekly Schedule

  4. arwb New Member

    English - U.S.

    I translated I.H.S. as "class hours per week." It's not a literal word-for-word translation, but I believe it conveys the correct meaning in a way that native English speakers would say it. Let me know if you think otherwise.

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