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 High School Dual Enrollment Program Assistant  (PDF, Download Acrobat Reader)  or MC Academic Coordinator. 

Fall 2019 College Courses Scheduled at a High School Site (MCPS Students 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. Fall 2019 courses offered at MCPS high schools are listed in the table below: 

MCPS High School MC Courses Currently Offered at a High School Site
Albert Einstein COMM108 -FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
ENGL101- INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Bethesda Chevy Chase COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Clarksburg BSAD101- INTRO TO BUSINESS
COMM108-FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
HLTH131-DRUGS & LIFESTYLE WELLNESS
HLTH225 -INTRO TO HEALTH BEHAVIORS
Col Zadok Magruder *n/a
Damascus BSAD111-PERSONAL FINANCE
COMM108 -FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Gaithersburg BSAD101- INTRO TO BUSINESS
COMM108-FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
MUSC117-WORLD MUSIC
SOCY105- SOCIAL PROB & ISSUES
James Hubert Blake *n/a
John F Kennedy *n/a
Montgomery Blair *n/a
Northwest COMM108- FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
ENES100- INTRO TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
HIST200- US HIST COLONIAL - 1865
KORA101- ELEMENTARY KOREAN I
Northwood BIOL105 -ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
SOCY100- INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
Paint Branch COMM108- FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Poolesville *n/a
Quince Orchard *n/a
Richard Montgomery COMM108 - FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
Rockville *n/a
Seneca Valley CCJS110- ADMIN OF JUSTICE
SOCY100- INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
Sherwood COMM108- FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
ENGL110- PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR
MATH280- MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS CE-R
Springbrook ANTH201- INTRO TO SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHRO
CMSC140- INTRO TO PROGRAMMING
ENGL101- INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Thomas Edison  ENGL110 -PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR
MATH117- ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS
Thomas Wootton BSAD101- INTRO TO BUSINESS
COMM108- FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
SOCY100- INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
Walt Whitman *n/a
Walter Johnson COMM108- FOUND HUMAN COMMUNICATION
POLI203- INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Watkins Mill *n/a
Wheaton *n/a
Winston Churchill *n/a

 * n/a schools do not currently offer courses at their site for the semester. 

College Courses Available On Campus or Online (All Dually Enrolled Students)

Students are also eligible to take any college-level, credit-bearing course on any of Montgomery College's three campuses or online.  Please consult the Montgomery College Schedule of Classes for course locations, descriptions, and requirements.  You may not register for classes, until an MCPS DEPA or MC Academic Coordinator has reviewed your status.   

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 tool.  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 information on how to register for courses, please visit our Admission and Registration Procedures page.  

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