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Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Dual Enrollment 2014 Admissions - Dual Enrollment 2014
Massachusetts Maritime Academy is excited to provide a Commonwealth Dual Enrollment Program for qualified high school students. The program provides an opportunity for eligible high school students to enroll at MMA as non degree students and have the course credit be recognized toward degree completion.

Courses offered beginning in March include Chemistry I (3.5 cr), Oceanography (4 cr), and Introduction to Emergency Management (3 cr).  There is no cost to students except the purchase of the text book. To qualify for dual enrollment, students must have greater than a 3.0 high school GPA (on a 4.0 scale), submit current transcripts, and be endorsed by their guidance counselor or school principal and parent/guardian. 

The first evening of classes will begin with an academic orientation seminar at the MMA campus and include all participating students, instructors, the campus registrar, and representatives from the MMA Admissions team. This seminar will explain and clarify expectations of college level course work, expected out-of-class time commitments for homework, readings and assignments, on campus library resources, and consequences should a student not successfully meet those expectations. A walking tour of campus focusing on the newly constructed ABS Information Commons (library) and tutoring center, Learning Resource Center (LRC), Academic Resource Center (ARC), and Writing Resource Center (WRC) will be highlighted.

Registration for this program has now closed.

If you have questions contact Dione Eaton at deaton@maritime.edu or 508-830-5000508-830-5032.

last updated 3-6-2014 by deaton@maritime.edu