Morgan State is one of the few historically black institutions nationally to offer a comprehensive range of academic programs, in business, engineering, education, architecture, social work, and hospitality management, in addition to those in the arts and sciences and programs leading to the doctorate.

College of Liberal Arts
The College of Liberal Arts is the largest academic division at the University.

School of Architecture & Planning
The School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) addresses, from an interdisciplinary perspective, the social, environmental, physical, economic, and political issues that shape urban communities and form.

School of Business & Management
The Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management (SBM) has more than fifty full-time faculty and an enrollment of approximately 1,500 graduate and undergraduate students.

School of Community Health & Policy
The Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy offers a range of unique graduate and undergraduate academic opportunities in Public Health, Nursing, and Nutrition.

School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
The School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (SCMNS) is comprised of five departments and two professional programs.

School of Education & Urban Studies
The mission of the School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS) is to prepare a culturally and ethnically diverse student body to serve with distinction in the field of education and urban studies.

School of Engineering
The School of Engineering offers educational programs which ensure that students acquire the ability to master fundamental principles of engineering which may be applied effectively to benefit society.

School of Global Journalism & Communication
Our goal is add to the diversity of thoughts, opinions and beliefs by offering students from a wide range of backgrounds the liberal arts education and skills training they need to effectively communicate ideas.

School of Graduate Studies
The Carnegie Foundation classifies Morgan as a Doctoral Research University and we currently award doctorates in Business Administration, Bioenvironmental Sciences, Education, Engineering, English, History, Nursing, Psychometrics, Public Health, and Social Work.

School of Social Work
The school was originally formed in 1969, it was known as the Undergraduate Social Welfare Program in the Department of Sociology, College of Liberal Arts.