Welcome to the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering!
We’re glad you’re taking the time to explore what our school has to offer.
The future of Engineering begins with you.
The School of Engineering has 4 ABET-accredited undergraduate programs in Civil Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering, and Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Studies. 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.
Click the image to learn more about each department and the degree programs offered.
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.
Below are some of the impressive rankings earned by the Mitchell School of Engineering.
According to the US News and World reports, Morgan is ranked #15 among HBCUs and #185 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs. US News and World Report, “Morgan State University Overall Rankings | US News Best Colleges.” [Online].
Morgan State University is third in the Nation in the awarding of Bachelor’s Degrees to undergraduate engineering students as indicated in the list below. It is noteworthy that other Maryland universities are fifth and sixth.
Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded to Black or African Americans by School in 2018:
1. North Carolina A&T State University 154
2. Georgia Institute of Technology 137
3. Morgan State University 89
4. University of Central Florida 88
5. University of Maryland, College Park 79
6. Florida International University 77
6. University of Maryland, Baltimore County 77
6. Kennesaw State University 77
9. Tuskegee University 75
10. New Jersey Institute of Technology 74
Source: J. Roy, Engineering By the Numbers, 2019, American Society for Engineering Education.
Top US baccalaureate institutions of black or AA doctorate recipients, engineering: 2013–17
1. U. Maryland, Baltimore County - 27
2. Georgia Institute of Technology - 21
2. Morgan State U. - 21
4. U. Maryland, College Park - 20
5. Howard U. - 19
5. North Carolina A&T State U. - 19
7. Florida A&M U. - 18
8. U. Florida - 17
9. Massachusetts Institute of Technology - 16
10. CUNY, City C. - 12
Table 7 – 11, Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering | Alexandria, VA | NSF 19-304 | March 08, 2019
Dean Oscar Barton, Jr., Ph.D., PE
Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering
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