Fall 2020 Contemporary Mathematics Dual Credit Information
Thank you for your interest in the MTDA Contemporary Mathematics Dual Credit course, available via a partnership between Montana Digital Academy and our valued partner, Helena College.
This course is a semester-long course that results in three (3) college credits.
One Two Free
The Montana University System’s “One, Two, Free” initiative allows for up to six college credits at no tuition rate for Montana high school students. This program applies to this course.
Course Prerequisite and Placement Requirements
Contemporary Mathematics Dual Credit students must be either 16 years of age or be of junior or senior standing. Students that don’t meet those requirements must fill out a waiver form, available from Helena College: LINK.
This course typically required a minimum placement score on the ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer exam administered by Helena College. For the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 terms only, those requirements have been waived. However, a special math placement form must be completed and returned with registration materials. The link to that form is here: LINK.
College Registration Timelines
Students must first be registered in MTDA systems, per the semester briefing.
Registration deadlines are set by Helena College and are firm. Students must meet all requirements to qualify for dual credit. Students that do not complete registration will be dropped from the MTDA course. This course is not available for high school-only credit.
- Monday, September 14, 2020: Dual Enrollment applications are due to Helena College by 5 pm. The dual enrollment application and registration form at available on Helena College’s dual enrollment website: LINK.
Important Course Information for Fall 2020
For your reference, the Helena College identification information for this course is:
- Course Number: M 105
- Course Title: Contemporary Mathematics
- Credits: 3
- CRN: 72260
- Instructor: Bailey, Nancy
If you have any questions regarding the application, registration, or placement process, please contact Stephanie Hunthausen, Director of K-12 Partnerships, at 406-447-6993.