I am starting a 2 year masters prep program for adults who have a college degree is something besides music but need to be brought up to speed in order to consider a masters degree in music. The program starts in the Fall, and it consists of one musicianship class (sight singing/dictation/rhythm exercises) and one theory class. Both classes are a little over an hour long and are back to back with each other, every week.
My question is, since I have no friends or resources, how many hours a week should I expect to dedicate to study outside the classroom? I understand everyone is different, however I am looking for a ballpark range (a few hours per week, or something much higher like 20-30 hours per week)?
I apologize if this question is not appropriate in this forum.
EDIT: The classes are standard undergraduate classes (Theory 1, Musicianship 1). The syllabus is below for both classes. I have composed heavily for about 5-6 years (haven't composed anything in about 3-4 years), and I am fully self taught in theory. Only had a year of piano lessons, but I have been playing for 9 years almost every day.
Syllabi are below: