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Courses and Registration

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Find the courses at EMCC that are right for you – whether you would like to take courses on campus, online, or get more information about non-credit courses. Take a look at our current College Catalog or check out our course list at the bottom of this page.

For a breakdown of tuition and fees – click here.

Summer Term Course Registration

Summer Term Registration is open! You are encouraged to register as soon as possible in case classes fill up quickly. Check out the list of summer courses here or at the bottom of this page.

Summer Term 1 – May 24th through July 2nd.
Summer Term 2 – May 24th -August 20th with a break July 5-9th.
Summer Term 3 – July 12th – August 20th.

Returning students can register for courses through MyEMCC or by contacting our Advising team at

Non-matriculated students (students not in a program) can register for courses by completing this form (“print” as a PDF-no printer required) and submit to Once registered, you will pay for the course(s) in your MyEMCC portal – instructions will be sent at the time of registration.

Fall 2021 Course Registration

Returning students can register for courses on MyEMCC (Current Student > My Registration) beginning March 22nd.

Non-matriculated students (students not enrolled in a program) can begin to register for Fall courses Monday, June 7th. Payment, or the first payment if a payment plan is established, must be made at the time of registration.

Newly Admitted Students will receive information in early April about an online New Student Orientation that they must complete in order to be registered for classes. An advisor in the Student Success Center, or in your program of study, will set a schedule for you. Students are encouraged to email or their advisors directly if they have questions about that schedule.

Interested in starting as a fully enrolled student for Fall 2021? Apply for free at! Newly accepted students will have a schedule created for them following their participation in an online New Student Orientation and will be able to make any necessary schedule adjustments with an advisor.

In line with Federal Regulation, a credit hour is defined as:

  • Lecture-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 15 hours classroom contact + 30 hours outside preparation or equivalent
  • Lab-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 30 hours lab work + necessary outside preparation or its equivalent, normally expected to be 15 hours
  • Shop-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 45 hours of shop instruction or equivalent


Course List For Term: FA 21-22