College Course Options

high school students

Dual Enrollment students may take college courses at an MC campus, online, or at their home high school (where available). Students must meet the prerequisite and assessment level requirements for each enrolled course. For specific course scheduling and more information on Dual Enrollment, please contact the appropriate MCPS Dual Enrollment Program Assistantnew window (DEPA)  or MC Academic Coordinatornew window

MCPS students may also earn high school credit for their college course.  Prior to enrollment, students should review the list of MCPS approved College coursesnew window and complete  the MCPS' required Dual Credit Refusal Form (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  before deciding on their College course options.  


Take a Course On-Campus or Online

All DE students may take any college-level, credit-bearing course on any of Montgomery College's three campuses or online, provided they meet all assessment levels/pre-requisites.  Please consult the Montgomery College Schedule of Classesnew window for course locations, descriptions, and requirements.  An MCPS DEPA or MC Academic Coordinator will handle your course registration.   

Please note if you are planning to enroll in at least one online course, it is recommended that you complete the online learning pre-assessment toolnew window.  Online courses are structured differently, and this assessment is a good resource to determine your level of readiness for taking one.  It takes 10-15 minutes to complete.

For detailed information on how to register for courses, please visit our DE Admission and Registration Procedures pagenew window.  


 Take a Course at Your High School (MCPS ONLY)

Select MCPS high schools offer a rotating schedule of courses that align with Montgomery College fall and spring semesters. For detailed course descriptions and information, please consult the Montgomery College course descriptions webpage.  Please contact your MCPS DEPA (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) if you are interested in registering for one of the following available courses: 

MCPS High School Proposed MC Courses at HS Site (Spring 2020)
Albert Einstein
  • BSAD101 - INTRO TO BUSINESS
  • ENGL102 - CRIT READ/WRITE/RESEARCH
Bethesda Chevy Chase
  • BSAD101 - INTRO TO BUSINESS
  • CCJS110 - ADMIN OF JUSTICE
Clarksburg
  • BSAD111 - PERSONAL FINANCE
  • COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
  • NWIT101 - INTRO INTERNET OF THINGS
  • HLTH225 - INTRO TO HEALH BEHAVIORS
Col Zadok Magruder
  • n/a 
Damascus
  • BSAD101 - INTRO TO BUSINESS
Gaithersburg
  • TVRA134 - MEDIA APPRECIATION
  • ANTH201 - INTRO TO SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHRO
  • COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
James Hubert Blake
  • n/a
John F Kennedy
  • n/a
Montgomery Blair
  • n/a
Northwest
  • ENEE140 - INTRO PROG CONCEPTS FOR ENGR
  • PSYC102 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • SOCY100 - INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
  • KORA102 - ELEMENTARY KOREAN II
  • MUSC131 - AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC
Northwood
  • ARTT200 - ART HISTORY: ANCIENT TO 1400
  • MUSC131 - AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC
  • CCJS110 - ADMIN OF JUSTICE
  • COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Paint Branch
  • ASLP100- American Sign Language I
Poolesville
  • n/a
Quince Orchard
  • n/a
Richard Montgomery
  • n/a
Rockville
  • n/a
Seneca Valley
  • SOCY105 - SOCIAL PROB & ISSUES
  • HLTH121 - NUTRITION/FITNESS&WELLNESS
Sherwood
  • PSYC221 - INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Springbrook
  • ENGL102 - CRIT READ/WRITE/RESEARCH
  • CCJS110 - ADMIN OF JUSTICE
Thomas Edison 
  • n/a
Thomas Wootton
  • MGMT101 - PRINC MANAGEMENT
  • SOCY105 - SOCIAL PROB & ISSUES
  • COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Walt Whitman
  • n/a
Walter Johnson
  • BSAD101 - INTRO TO BUSINESS
  • PSYC221 - INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
Watkins Mill
  • n/a
Wheaton
  • n/a
Winston Churchill
  • n/a

 * Schools with n/a do not currently offer courses at their site for the semester.  Students may still enroll in courses on campus or on-line.  

 

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