Dual Enrollment Programs

Dual enrollment at MTC enables junior and senior high school students to participate in post-secondary courses while still enrolled in high school.  Our dual enrollment program works in two ways:

  • Students can enroll at MTC on a full-time basis and complete their academics online.
  • Students can enroll at MTC on a part-time basis while completing their academics at their high school.

High school students who are in grades 11 and 12 may attend MTC and get a head-start on industry certification. Students must take a minimum of three elective credits to be dual enrolled at MTC. Participating students, meeting all established requirements, will graduate from their high school and from MTC. They will also be eligible to participate in extracurricular activities including the graduation ceremony at MTC. There is no tuition or charge for books. However, lab fees, materials costs, equipment and/or uniform costs may apply.


To be eligible for the dual enrollment program, students must: be at a participating high school, must qualify for a career and technical education dual enrollment program that is offered by MTC, must possess a 2.0 unweighted grade point average, be on target for graduation and be able to graduate from their high school with their class with the electives earned at MTC.

Dual Enrollment Programs List

Main Campus MTC’s Dual Enrollment Programs

  • Accounting Operations
  • Advanced Manufacturing & Production Technology
  • Applied Cybersecurity
  • Automotive Collision Technology Technician
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • CNC Production Specialist
  • Computer-Aided Drawing and Modeling
  • Computer Systems & Information Technology
  • Diesel Systems Technician
  • Electrical and Instrumentation Technology
  • Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

East Campus MTC’s Dual Enrollment Programs

  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Practical Nursing (LPN), January

How to Enroll?

The First Step – Interested students should consult with their high school guidance counselor to get started.

Download the Dual Enrollment Application:
Dual Enrollment Application 2023-2024

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