Mitchell School of Engineering
"A Road to the Future!"
The Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering has earned an outstanding reputation of academic excellence in preparation of our undergraduate and graduate students since its inception in 1984. The School of Engineering has fully accredited undergraduate programs in Civil; Electrical and Computer; and Industrial, Manufacturing and Information Engineering and graduate programs that offer the Master of Engineering, Doctor of Engineering, and Master of Transportation. The School of Engineering is located on the north-side of the Morgan State University campus and operates in a two-building complex which includes the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr Building and also the William Donald Schaefer Building. the Clarence M. Mitchell Building is a 35,000 sq. ft. facility which was completed and operational in September, 1991. It consists of sixteen teaching laboratories and five research laboratories equipped with state of the art technology for engineering instruction and research. The William Donald Schaefer Building is a 40,000 sq. ft. addition to the Engineering School and was completed in April, 1998. It provides instructional laboratories, classrooms, a student lounge, research laboratories and a 2200 sq. ft. library annex. Admission to the School of Engineering is competitive and is based upon the applicant's academic record and willingness for diligent study. Our students are highly motivated and well prepared. In fact, the Morgan engineer is among the most capable of students studying engineering in the United States and abroad. The success of Morgan's engineering program is due to the quality and dedication of our faculty and staff. Our multi-cultural faculty bring a wealth of academic and professional expertise to the classrooms and laboratories. Personalized academic advising and career counseling are a major strength of our faculty-student interactions. We have directed our efforts to this end and invite those around us to join in this endeavor.
"One does not have to be a genius to enjoy success as an engineer."