module credits - confused about my course Watch

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I believe that 120 credits is the typical number per year for most undergraduate courses. However, my course (Law exempting at Northumbria, 3 or 4 years) structure says "1 credit" next to each subject, for example:

Contract [LL.B FT] (CORE, 1 Credits)
Court Visit (CORE, 0 Credits)


I'm confused about this. Also, for year 2 options, i noticed that all options you can make are worth 2 credits, though International Human rights is worth 30 credits. I wanted to take Competition or I'nal Human Rights as my option in year 2 but would like to know why there is a credit difference of 28.

Thanks!
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Just ask someone at your specific uni...?
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