The BSAED program supports the mission of the Morgan State University and the School of Architecture and Planning to:
- Provide access to the architecture and environmental design professions for African American and minority students. The ability to increase minorities in the decision making processes that shape the built environment is beneficial to our students, the design professions and the larger community.
- Engage in continued research on the urban design and architectural issues involved in the sustainable redevelopment of Baltimore City. Through coursework and design projects, students will become familiar with the issues and concerns affecting design within our region and within the urban context.