Some courses or some individual sections require off-campus field trips, seminars, or service learning assignments where students are required to provide their own transportation. Check with faculty members teaching specific courses or sections for these requirements.
Courses designated with an M after the name fulfill the General Education global and cultural perspectives requirement.
Significant changes have been made to some of the NWIT courses because of the consolidation of the network engineering program into the network and wireless technologies A.A.S. Students currently enrolled in the networking program should see a faculty adviser in order to select courses to complete their program of study. Montgomery College strives to provide the most recent software versions and courseware in our Information Technology Institute offerings. Please consult our website for the versions of Exchange Server currently being offered: www.montgomerycollege.edu/iti/networking/networking_home.htm
Physical education courses are subdivided into general physical education and courses for professional preparation. See also courses listed under health (HLTH). Students planning to enroll in courses involving physical activity should consider their personal health history; if they have concerns regarding strenuous activity they should discuss the course with their physician or other appropriate health practitioner. A 100-level dance (DANC) course may be substituted for any one-credit, 100-level PHED elective.