College of Interdisciplinary & Continuing Studies
The College of Interdisciplinary and Continuing Studies provides a range of degree programs to learners with previously earned college credits but no degree, affording them the opportunity to complete their degree and advance their career.
Morgan launched the College of Interdisciplinary and Continuing Studies in 2021 to provide a range of degree programs to meet the needs of a diverse student body. Programs are offered at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels, and the degree requirements are structured to offer maximum flexibility to a wide range of students, including non-traditional students, returning students, working adults, and students who need or prefer distance education. The interdisciplinary nature of these degrees permits students to draw from expertise and resources across campus to design a program of study aligned with local, national and global workforce opportunities.
18 New Interdisciplinary Programs
Explore unique academic degree options in emerging fields with a flexible program design that leverages prior work experience leading to degree attainment for students who are near completers. Undergraduate and graduate level degrees available.
Nearly 37 Million
Americans with some college, no degree
(Source: Lumina Foundation)
minimum credit hours for MCY
more earned in median annual income
for degree holders vs non-degree
(Source: Association of Public & Land-grant Universities)
The Center for Continuing and Professional Studies
Serving the lifelong educational needs of traditional and non-traditional students pursuing academic, professional, and personal growth.