Course Registration Information For 2021-2022 School Year
If you are interested please make sure you have done the following things.
- Choose 7 classes on your Registration Card for next year.
- Email your counselor indicating your interest in Dual Enrollment for next year.
- Attend one of the information/registration meetings that will be scheduled in late February and early March.
CLICK HERE for the video presentation about the Dual Enrollment Program for 2021-2022 school year.
CLICK HERE to access the Dual Enrollment Flyer for the 2021-2022 school year.
MC has waived the $25.00 application fee.
Updated Admission and Registration Information
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic MC has updated their admission and registration process for the 2020-2021 year. Download the latest information here.
Interested students must work through their school counselor before beginning the application process or contacting MC directly.
- Spring Semester 2021 Current Dual Enrollment Student Video- CLICK HERE
- Spring Semester 2021 Current Dual Enrollment PPT Slides- CLICK HERE
- Search the Spring Schedule- CLICK HERE
- Class registration support Powerpoint download here.
- Make sure you have paid for your classes on MyMC otherwise your class registration will be dropped.
Please remember all course requests must be done through your Dual Enroll Account.
Through a partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools and Montgomery College, high school students can take college level courses at any Montgomery College campus during their junior and/or senior year or at their high school location. Participation in the Dual Enrollment Program will give students the opportunity to earn transferable college credit, learn essential skills of time management and build self-confidence as they plan for their future and endless possibilities. This partnership program is coordinated through the Montgomery College Office of Academic Initiatives. For general information on the program, tuition and opportunities for the high school grant, visit the MC Office of Academic Initiatives for Dual Enrollment web site, here.
Interested students should work through their school counselor before beginning the application process or contacting MC directly.
Our MC point of contact is Ms. Yvonne Hu-Cotto
How do I begin the process?
Cost of Courses
A standard 3 credit course (non lab course) and fees is $403.50. If you take a course more than 3 credits or has a lab the fees will increase. All students must purchase their textbooks for MC courses. B-CC does not supply textbooks for any MC course. Financial Assistance is available CLICK HERE for further information.
Requested Courses to be Taught at B-CC
During the 2020-2021 School Year
SPRING SEMESTER UPDATE
THERE WILL NOT BE ANY B-CC ONLY SECTIONS FOR THE COURSES BELOW. STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR ANY SESSION THAT IS EITHER FULLY ONLINE OR SCHEDULED AFTER 3:30 PM
|Course Code||Section||Name of Course||Number of Credits||Duration||Meeting Days||Time|
|COMM 108||Foundations of Human Communication||3||1/29/2021-||T, TH||1251-1421|
|BSAD 111||Personal Finance||3||1/29/2021-||T, TH||1251-1421|
|MATH 284||Linear Algebra (Must have been enrolled in MATH 280 during the Fall semester. Four credits billed at five hours.)||4||01/27/2021-||MWF||1251-1421|
Students who are given a reduced schedule to take MC classes are expected to take courses both semesters.
Early College Programs
The Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) and Montgomery College (MC) Early College (EC) program is offered at each MC campus, and provides qualified students the opportunity of earning an Associate Degree in a specific content area. Participating students will complete their 11th and 12th grade years of high school while simultaneously completing their first two years of college as a full time MC student. They will graduate with an Associate's degree (tuition free) from MC as well as a Maryland State High School diploma.
Click here for more information
If you are interested in the Early College Program please contact your school counselor.