Mitchell School of Engineering
CCBC MSSI Application
The MSOE-MSSI Dual Admission Compact for Engineering is designed to outline your path to success from the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Engineering to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Civil, Electrical and Computer, Industrial and Systems, Mechatronics, or Transportation Systems Engineering (BSE) in the Mitchell School of Engineering.
Who is eligible?
The Dual Admission Compact is designed for students who:
- Are current members of MSSI
- Plan to earn an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree from Community College of Baltimore County.
- Plan to pursue a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in an Engineering discipline in the Mitchell School of Engineering within one year of completing the A.S. degree.
- Have earned 18 or fewer transferable college credits at CCBC at the time of application with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50. MSOE-MSSI Dual Admission Compact Students must maintain a grade of C or better in any of the CCBC courses listed on the department specific transfer program documents. (Available via your transfer coordinator.)
What are the advantages of the Compact?
- Coordinated Academic Advising – While completing the Associate of Science (A.S.) degree, Compact students receive personalized academic advising from both MSSI and MSOE advisors to ensure that participants are successfully completing the correct sequence of courses leading to completion of the B.S. in an Engineering discipline.
- Dual enrollment – While completing their A.S. degree at CCBC, a Compact student may enroll in up to 2 engineering courses offered through the B.S. program at MSOE. A student can only take a course at Morgan State University MSOE as a non-degree seeking student using this option if the desired course is not available at CCBC or is not being offered in the semester in which he/she registers.
- Library Access - Compact students have access to the resources of Morgan’s Earl Richardson Library.
- Programming – Compact students will participate in Mitchell School of Engineering Day events in addition to specific programs sponsored by the MSOE.
- Student Outreach – ASME, AEE, ME Listserv
- Opportunities to participate in internships and Co-ops
- Smooth Transition – Compact students enjoy a smooth transition to Morgan. They will have met regularly with MSOE faculty and staff while attending CCBC and will become familiar with Morgan’s academic policies. They will also know which upper-level courses they will need to complete for the B.S. in an Engineering discipline upon entry to Morgan.
Why you should participate?
Beginning your college education at CCBC is a convenient and affordable way to accomplish your educational goals. Academic advisors from both CCBC and Morgan will help ensure that your credits are applicable to the B.S. in Engineering. CCBC students may transfer up to 75 credits toward the 120 credit hour B.S. program.
How to apply to the Morgan/CCBC-MSSI Compact Dual Admission Program?