School of Education & Human Services
Registration for Graduate Programs in Education
Students must register through the Registrar's Office. Registration documents will be made available to students either via class distribution, mail or online via the Internet. All application materials must be filed prior to registration.
Register online or complete and submit a registration form in person or by fax. Registration by phone will not be accepted.
Class size is limited so it is very important to register early. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. You may register for an entire semester's sessions (parts I and II) at one time.
If you have any questions regarding this procedur please email Mary Ann Holden in the Registrar's Office, or call her at (301) 447-5215.
Students are strongly encouraged to verify their registration on the Mount Portal. A Mount email account is required to access this site. New students without an account may call (301) 447-5371 for registration confirmation.
For more information regarding Mount email, contact the center for instructional technology.
*Hard copies of the class schedule may be provided upon request.
For MAT queries, email Coordinator of Teacher Education Laura Corbin Frazier, or call (301) 447-5371 ext. 4363.
For M.Ed. queries, email the Dean of the School of Education and Human Services, Barbara Martin Palmer, or call (301) 447-5371 ext. 4039.
New Enrollment Policy
Courses that recruit 9 or more students will run as planned.
Courses that recruit 6-8 students will be reviewed by the appropriate dean or the vice president for academic affairs two weeks prior to the start of the course. After discussion with the department chair, the dean or vice president will determine whether that course will run or be postponed. He or she will consider factors such as Veritas Program, major requirement and elective status.
Courses that recruit 1-5 students will be referred by the respective chair to the vice president for academic affairs two weeks prior to the start of the course to determine whether the course will be postponed or offered as a tutorial/independent study. The vice president will consider factors such as Veritas Program, major requirement and elective status.