College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies
Amazon Career Choice
Reach Your Full Potential
The College of Interdisciplinary and Continuing Studies (CICS) at Morgan State University is partnering with Amazon to help you reach your full potential.
Do you need to complete your bachelor’s degree?
We’re here to help!
If you have previously earned college credits and want to finish your degree, the CICS-Amazon partnership is your pathway to degree attainment and career advancement.
- We offer eight interdisciplinary bachelor degrees.
- Your program is offered online and tailored to your needs and goals.
- You will have the support of a dedicated advisor every step of the way.
- We offer reduced tuition and fees for all students, regardless of residency.
As of January 2022, Career Choice has expanded in multiple ways:
- Expanded offerings beyond our current career pathways programs that now include Bachelor’s degrees, high school completion/GED’s and ESL proficiency certifications.
- Tuition, books and fees are paid in full by Amazon.
- Limitless learning, with no limit to the number of years employees can utilize the benefit.
- Fast starts, with employees eligible to participate in Career Choice after 90 days of employment.
- Aligned program offerings to internal roles and career pathways, offering opportunities for employees to pursue their career within Amazon or elsewhere.
About Amazon Career Choice
- Career Choice launched in 2012.
- More than 50,000 Amazon employees have participated globally since inception (more than 35,000 in the U.S.).
- Healthcare, transportation, and information technology are Career Choice’s most popular fields of study globally. With our expanded offering, we expect employees will take advantage of a variety of programs.
- More than half of Amazon’s participants identify as Black, Hispanic or Native American.
Eight interdisciplinary bachelor's degrees are offered through the College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies.
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering, Information, and Computational Sciences
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Sciences
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Sciences
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Organizational Administration
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Educational Studies
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Technology Services
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Societal Equity, and Urbanism
B.S. in Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives and Practices
Minimum Admission Criteria
Students must transfer a minimum of 60 credits of completed coursework to be accepted.
Also, applicants must have a minimum combined GPA of 2.25 for courses transferred.
The general structure of the Undergraduate Academic Degree Programs follows the student credit hour model shown in the table.
|90 credits||Maximum Transferable|
|18 credits||CICS 490||Professional Field Experience||Variable (1-18)|
|12 credits||CICS 495||Capstone||(12)|
Getting Started Is Easy
For full details on how to enroll, Amazon employees can visit Career Choice.
Step 1: Review the offered programs and minimum admission criteria. You can contact an Admission Advisor via email to discuss which program best fits your goals.
Step 2: Apply for admission.
Step 3: Once admitted, speak with your Academic Advisor to design a degree plan.
Step 4: Within Career Choice, select the “College” track and “Morgan State University” as your school. Submit your voucher to Amazon Career Choice Voucher each semester. See the current tuition and fees the College of Interdisciplinary and Continuing Studies.
The educators in the Amazon Career Choice partner network deliver on Amazon’s commitment to provide hourly employees with best-in-class support in their path to career success at Amazon or elsewhere. Together, we are committed to providing excellent education, job placement resources, and continuous improvements to the student experience.
Career Choice is an education benefit that empowers employees to learn new skills for career success at Amazon or elsewhere. We meet individual learners where they are on their education journey through a variety of education and upskilling opportunities including full college tuition, industry certifications designed to lead to in-demand jobs, and foundational skills such as English language proficiency, high school diplomas, and GEDs.