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Did you know you can attend AACC classes on-location at Glen Burnie High School, beginning a pathway, aligned with Glen Burnie High School's signature program, to earn a certificate in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice? Students who meet eligibility requirements* and successfully complete the six courses below will be eligible to receive the college certificate. These six courses also serve as a pathway foundation to a Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Associate of Applied Science degree.
Courses offered on-location at Glen Burnie High School
Fall, junior year
Spring, junior year
Fall, senior year
Spring, senior year
Note: AACC and Anne Arundel County Public Schools meet annually to review and confirm AACC Dual Enrollment courses offered at Anne Arundel County public high schools.
AACC will have the option of offering online courses in lieu of on-location courses at Anne Arundel County public high schools at any time. This includes times of instructor shortages and while the local, state or federal government have determined there is a public health emergency. Cancellation of sections may occur if there are issues with instructor availability, if minimum enrollments are not met or due to other factors.
Open enrollment courses at AACC locations are available to both high school and non-high school students. AACC cannot guarantee available seats in these courses. We recommend students submit all registration paperwork to designated Glen Burnie High School personnel prior to the first day of registration for the term at AACC.
*Students must meet eligibility requirements to earn an AACC certificate, including demonstration of ENG-101/101A eligibility. See AACC’s College Catalog for details.
Students attending the Center for Applied Technology-South (CAT-South) can earn college credits by enrolling in selected Career Technology Education (CTE) programs. You then just need to successfully complete your CAT- South program, and earn a C or better on the AACC college proficiency assessment(s). Grades below C will not be reflected on your AACC college transcript.
You can earn articulated college credit by completing one of the following CTE programs at Glen Burnie High School.
You can earn proficiency credit by completing this CTE program at Glen Burnie High School:
For information contact your high school counselor or email Judy Wilson, coordinator, Instructional Pathways and Partnerships - Secondary, at firstname.lastname@example.org.