School of Engineering
The Summer 2022 Research Symposium will be held in a virtual format this year on August 4, 2022.
For Engineering students who would like to participate in this event, please use the link below to register by June 30, 2022.
Please note that students must include the name of your Faculty Mentor.
For additional information, please contact Graduate Coordinators:
- Dr. Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Industrial Engineering
- Dr. Hunter (James.Hunter@morgan.edu), Department of Civil Engineering
- Dr. Lee (email@example.com), Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Systems Department.
- Students from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering can contact Dr. Chen or Dr. Hunter.
The top student presentations in the undergraduate and graduate categories will be recognized with prizes.Register Here
Dear School of Engineering Students,
Welcome to the School of Engineering! Whether you're a freshman entering college for the first time or a graduate student returning for a final year, we are elated to have you here.
The faculty, staff and myself are doing everything possible to ensure that your MSU SOE experience is exceptional and safe! We hope the past year has provided you with some opportunities for reflection as well as time to recharge as you prepare to continue your education.
I am optimistic that we will achieve success together during this academic year. Please continue to take precautions to keep yourself and those around you safe.
I wish you a triumphant semester!
Oscar Barton, Jr.
PS: I'll be looking for smiles under those masks!
Mitchell SOE Programs
The School of Engineering has 4 ABET-accredited undergraduate programs in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Transportation Systems Engineering and Transportation Systems.
We also offer programs at the Master’s and Doctoral levels.
The MSOE has the only Transportation program among the HBCUs, we house the only Industrial Engineering program in the State of Maryland, and now have a *NEW* Mechatronics Engineering program starting Fall 2021.View Our Departments
Our faculty are also engaged researchers with interest and expertise in areas like smart cities and adaptive structures, data analytics, cyber-security, advanced materials, communications, transportation and hydrology.
The Mitchell School of Engineering boasts the Student Work Experience Program (SWEP) which is dedicated to enhancing our undergraduate students' career-readiness and providing them with career experiences from internships to full-time positions with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Whiting-Turner, Maryland Department of Transportation. There are also opportunities for students to become undergraduate researchers if graduate education is in their futures.
Student-led organization of professional societies to include NSBE, ASCE, SWE, Tau Beta Pi ready our students to become leaders in the community and the workforce.
HBCU Deans' COVID Vaccine Message
These HBCU Deans encourage you to protect yourself and your future and consider taking the COVID19 vaccine.