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Students must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination by January 7, 2022 (or have an approved exception from the College) to access on-campus classes and services. Learn more.

Fall 2021 Credit Classes

Many fall classes are fully online, but classes that focus on hands-on skills and learning experiences meet on campus. 

Winter Credit Classes

All winter credit classes will be fully online. Choose "Extended Winter 2022" below to search for winter classes.

Spring 2022 Credit Classes

Spring classes will be offered on campus and fully online. Online classes may be in either Distance Learning or Remote format. Priority registration opens October 25. General registration opens November 1. 

Noncredit Classes

Noncredit courses may be in-person, online, or hybrid for fall. Many hands-on courses will be in-person. See noncredit course offerings.

Class Schedules

Search the class schedules below and register now. Meet with a counselor or advisor for help with academic planning.

For fall and spring semesters, we offer 15-week (full-term), 7-week (half-term), and 13-week (late-starting) classes. To search for classes by length: 

  1. In the class search form below, select "Credit" for the course level.

  2. Under Attribute Type, you will see several options, including different course lengths (15-week Classes, 1st 7-week Classes, 2nd 7-week Classes, and 13-week Classes). Choose the length(s) you would like.

  3. A list of course subjects will display. Choose a subject to see all available courses. Check each section's start and end dates to confirm the class length. 

Distance Learning courses: In the campus field, select Distance Learning. The location in the schedule will be "DL WEB." Distance Learning classes are fully online with no scheduled meeting times.

Remote courses: In the campus field, select Germantown, Rockville, Takoma Park/Silver Spring, or Off Campus. The location in the schedule will be "REMOTE." These classes will not meet on campus. Instead, they will meet remotely at the scheduled times.

On-Campus courses: In the campus field, select Germantown, Rockville, Takoma Park/Silver Spring, or Off Campus. On-campus classes are listed in the course schedule with specific times and on-campus class locations. Some meetings will happen online and some on-campus. Instructors will contact students to provide details about course meeting times.

 

What does this mean?

Distance Learning courses are offered completely online and allow students to learn independently, on their own schedules, as they meet specific deadlines and complete assignments.  Instructors guide students’ learning with lessons, activities, and feedback through a Blackboard course site.

Distance learning courses are indicated in the course schedule as Distance Learning with a DL WEB course location.

Will students be required to come on campus?

No, all distance learning classes will be online.

Are students required to attend at specific class meeting times?

No, distance learning courses do not meet at specific times. Students must complete assignments according to a schedule set by the instructor.

What does this mean?

Remote
courses are scheduled on specific days and at specific times.  Students meet as a class remotely through Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate; instructors will tell students which software to use.  Students complete reading and assignments according to the course schedule.  Class sessions take place in real time, and the instructor leads course sessions.

Remote courses are listed in the course schedule with specific times and campuses with REMOTE as the course location. These classes will not meet on campus. Instead, they will meet remotely at the scheduled times.                         

Will students be required to come on campus?

No, all remote classes will be conducted online. 

Are students required to attend at specific class meeting times?

Yes
, remote courses meet on specific days at specific times noted in the class schedule.

 

On-Campus classes require specialized equipment and/or hands-on instruction. Students enrolled in these classes will need to come to campus on specific dates to specific locations.

On-Campus classes are listed in the course schedule with specific times and on-campus class locations. Some meetings may happen online and some on-campus. Instructors will contact students to provide details about course meeting times.

Will students be required to come on campus?

Yes, some course sessions will be held on campus, with safety measures in place to protect students and employees. If you are required to come to campus, follow the Health and Safety Guidance.

Are students required to attend at specific class meeting times?

On-Campus classes will meet on specific dates and at specific times, both online and on campus according to the instructor’s syllabus. Students are expected to attend on-campus meetings; however, students with health concerns should consult with the instructor about alternatives.

  1. Choose the term you'd like to search. 

  2. Select "Credit" for the course level. 

  3. Under Attribute Type, select "Honors Course." Selecting this attribute will display both honors-only courses and traditional courses that have an honors module available.

  4. A list of course subjects will display. Choose a subject to see all available honors or honors-module courses.
  1. Choose the term you'd like to search. 

  2. Select "Credit" for the course level. 

  3. Under Attribute Type, choose the attributes you would like:
    • ATPA Support: Courses with embedded classroom support through Achieving the Promise Academy.
    • Blended: Courses that are conducted partially on-campus and partially online. 
    • Honors Course: Selecting this attribute will display both honors-only courses and traditional courses that have an honors module available. 
    • Late Starting Classes: Courses that start after the official start of the semester. You may register for late-starting classes up until the day before the class begins. 
    • Z Courses: Courses that require no textbook purchases.
    • Weekend Classes: Courses that meet only on the weekends.

  4. A list of course subjects will display. Choose a subject to see courses that match the options you chose. 

Examples of Co-Requisites: 
ENGL 101 + ENGL 011 
BIOL 150 + BIOL 150L
MATH 020 + MATH 120

  1. Go to Advanced Searchnew window.

  2. Choose the term and click Submit.

  3. On the next screen, search for one of the segments of the course (e.g., support course or lecture).

  4. Look at the course note below your preferred section to find the CRNs for linked sections.

  5. Register for all linked sections (CRNs) at the same time.

Learn more about registering for courses with co-requisites (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Most courses at MC have a waitlist if the course fills. Add yourself to a waitlist for a closed course. If a space becomes available, you will be notified via your MC email address to register for the course. You have 48 hours (or 24 hours if within one week of the start of classes) to login to your MyMC account and change your registration status from "Waitlist" to "Registered Web" for that course. You will not be charged for the course until you register. Waitlists are purged two days prior to the start of the class. See the Waitlist FAQ for more information.

 

How to Register

Once you have your courses selected, log in to MyMC. Click on the "Registration" tab then choose the icon that says "Register for Classes." Online registration is available until the day before the class begins.

For a step-by-step guide to registering, see How to Register for Classes

To register on the same day the class begins, go to an Office of Records and Registration on any campus prior to the class start time.

If you are not yet a student at MC, you'll need to apply first. See Getting Started: How to Apply and Register

Important Dates

Fall Semester 2021
  • April 19, 2021: Course offerings published online.
  • April 26, 2021: Priority registration opens.
  • May 3, 2021: General registration opens.
  • August 30, 2021: Full term (15-week) classes and first half of term (7-week) classes begin.
  • September 13, 2021: Late starting (13-week) classes begin.
  • October 27, 2021: Second half of term (7-week) classes begin.
Winter Session 2021
  • September 27, 2021: Course offerings published online.
  • October 11, 2021: Registration opens.
  • December 20, 2021: Online-only classes begin.
Spring Semester 2022
  • October 11, 2021: Course offerings published online.
  • October 25, 2021: Priority registration opens.
  • November 1, 2021: General registration opens.
  • January 24, 2022: Classes begin.
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