The Nursing Program at Morgan State University offers three degrees – Bachelor of Science (Nursing), (BS), Master of Science (Nursing), (MS), and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Collectively, the three degrees are responsive to the current needs of the health care profession that requires building a 21st century workforce that is diverse and equipped to meet the new and growing challenges of health care within the context of the Affordable Care Act. Please visit the Nursing Program page for details on each of the three degree offerings and how to apply for admission.
The Nutritional Science Program, also referred to as the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), currently offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Nutrition. The BS degree qualifies graduates to seek placements with a Dietetic Internship Program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. Students are eligible to sit for the Registered Dietitian licensing exam upon completion of the Internship. Morgan’s DPD is one of few programs in the state of Maryland. With nutrition emerging as a centerpiece of health and well-being at every level (individual, community, state, national, and global), this degree provides excellent and varied opportunities for career development. Please visit the Nutritional Science Program page for details.
The Public Health Program at Morgan State University offers two degrees –Master of Public Health (MPH), and the Doctor of Public Health (DrPH). These two degrees are responsive to the reality that health is more than the absence of disease and that the social determinants of health (where we live, work, and play) have great influence on population health outcomes, in addition to individual lifestyle choices. The programmatic emphases are health equity, social justice, and community-centered engagement. Please visit the Public Health Program page for details on each of the two degree offerings and how to apply for admission.