The Center for Continuing and Professional Studies (CCPS) will be hereafter referred to as The Center.

Alpha Sigma Lambda

Alpha Sigma Lambda

The Gamma Pi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda at Morgan State University was chartered in 1984. Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult student's career. Eligible candidates are contacted by The Center.

 
Certificate Programs

Certificate Programs

In Collaboration with the University schools and departments, The Center coordinates certificate programs in several areas. These include, but are not limited to Bioinformatics, Health Leadership Management, and Urban Planning and Health Management.

 
Non-Credit Programs

Non-Credit Programs

The Center's continuing education program offers a variety of non-credit courses focused on workforce readiness, professional development and personal enrichment. Non-credit courses are scheduled throughout the year with several workshops, intensive classes, special classes, and eight-week courses

 
Summer Programs

Summer Programs

The Center coordinates and oversees all summer programs on the campus of Morgan State University (MSU). Programs are sponsored by various MSU departments, non-profit and other community-based organizations.

 
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)/Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)/Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

Morgan State University offers Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for university departments, organizations in the State of Maryland, and nationwide. The Center is the authorized unit at the institution responsible for awarding, administering, and reviewing CEUs/PDHs procedures to ensure compliance with established criteria.

 
Improved Opportunities for Parents (IOP) Program

Improved Opportunities for Parents (IOP) Program

The Improved Opportunities for Parents (IOP) Program is supported by Morgan State University and is located in The Center; The program is designed to assist individuals, especially parents, in obtaining a bachelor's degree.

 
Workforce Development

Workforce Development

The Center offers courses tailored to meet the workforce development or training needs of individuals and organizations. For organizations, we provide cost-effective solutions that allow the delivery of courses on Morgan State University’s campus or at the location convenient for participants. We offer several options to individuals for course delivery including: online, face to face, or through our intensive institute course format.