Morgan State University is a historically black college located in residential Baltimore, Maryland, USA. It offers a broad range of academic programs that lead to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree, as well as specialized programs at the master's and doctoral levels.

The University has the following schools and colleges: College of Liberal Arts; School of Business & Management; School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences; School of Engineering; School of Graduate Studies; School of Education and Urban Studies; School of Community Health and Policy; School of Architecture & Planning; Estuarine Research Center.

Notable Morgan State University alumni include: W. Wilson Goode (First African-American Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Peter C. Harvey (First African American to serve as New Jersey Attorney General), Kweisi Mfume (Former President of the NAACP and U.S. Congressman), Parren Mitchell (former U.S. Congressman), Margaret "Peggy" Murphy (first black woman to chair the Baltimore City Delegation), etc.

Morgan is a founding member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). In 2007, Morgan State University was classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a doctoral research institution.

Morgan State University is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. It has also achieved the highest level of accreditation in degree programs that offer specialized accreditation.

Ranking Profile:

- Morgan State University is placed among Tier 2 National Universities by US News & World Report 2012.

- Ranked among the top four colleges and universities nationally in the number of black graduates who subsequently receive Ph.D. degrees.

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