Spring 2023 Dual Enrollment

  • Mass Bay Community College

    Want to take a FREE college course and receive college and high school credits?
    The Massachusetts Commonwealth Dual Enrollment Partnership (CDEP) provides opportunities for Massachusetts high school students to take college-level courses for free and earn credit toward high school completion and their future college degrees.

    MassBay Community College is offering FREE college-level courses this spring for juniors and seniors only at our identified partner high schools. Classes will be held remotely after school or fully online from January 17, 2023 - May 14, 2023. Applications are due by 12/23/22: REGISTER NOW!
    Questions? Contact: Elaine Rosenburg | erosenburg@massbay.edu

    Want to learn more? | REGISTER for information sessions, which will be held remotely on:

    • Thursday, December 8, 2022 | 7:00 PM
    • Tuesday, December 13, 2022 | 4:00 PM
    • Wednesday, December 14, 2022 | 7:00 PM

    Classes being offered this spring (January 17, 2023 – May 14, 2023)—

    1. Contemporary Nutrition (Online, asynchronous) Contemporary Nutrition examines nutritional principles. A study of the main nutrients, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and minerals is made. Dietary recommendations for optimal health for different age groups are covered and used to design diet plans. Modern society’s afflictions due to nutritional excesses or deficiencies are covered, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, anorexia nervosa, and bulimia. Emphasis is given to the use of sound dietary practices as the means for preventing disease.
    2. Cyber Ethics (Online, asynchronous) This course introduces ethical theories and moral obligations as they relate to information technology issues. The application of ethical, moral, and legal standards to information technology and security in a global context is the basis of this course. Ethical concepts are presented and information technology cases and scenarios are introduced to students to provide ethical solutions.
    3. Introduction to Criminal Justice (Online, asynchronous) An introduction to the history, development, and philosophy of criminal justice. Topics covered include constitutional limitations, agencies of criminal justice, and the process of criminal justice.
    4. Law and Society (Online, asynchronous) This course introduces students to the institutions and participants of the American legal system. Topics covered include court procedures, civil and criminal law, constitutional law, and public policy. Students also read and analyze case law and statutes, and participate in class activities.
    5. Medical Terminology (Hybrid – Tuesdays 6:00-9:00pm) This course presents construction of medical terms through common word roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will learn to master medical vocabulary through classroom instruction.
    6. Social Problems (Remote, synchronous – Mondays 6:00-9:00pm) This course explores significant social problems in contemporary society. The course will focus on sociological perspectives on understanding how and why social problems develop and considers possible solutions. Topics may include crime and delinquency, drugs, social inequality, and social unrest.

    MBCC Dual Enrollment course info + registration info flyer

    MBCC Dual Enrollment course descriptions