DIVISION OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
Dr. Nina Gilbert discuses the indispensable role of educators.
PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
The Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS) Division offers a unique program that allows students to benefit from a curriculum using knowledge acquired in traditional and non-traditional formats to propel them to reach their ultimate professional and educational goals.
In the Division students can earn a Bachelor of Arts in education studies or kinesiology. Additionally, the division provides academic and support services for students affiliated with Morehouse Online, articulation agreements, certificate programs and dual enrollment.
Departments and Programs:
- Education Department
- Kinesiology, Sports Studies, and Physical Education Department
- Morehouse Online Academic and Student Support
- Community College Articulation Agreements
- Certificate Programs
- High School Dual Enrollments
- Education Studies
reputation and outcomes
Morehouse has the #1 bachelor’s degree among HBCUs in Georgia.**University HQ, 2022
Dean and faculty
Dean CLAUDE HUTTO, SR.
Dr. Claude Hutto, Sr. has been a faculty member in the Kinesiology, Sports Studies, and Physical Education Department since 2001 and department chair for eight years. He served as Life Sciences Division chair. In addition to published journal articles and giving refereed conference presentations, he is working on a book, Staying in College: Student Services and Retention at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
FACULTY SCHOLARS, RESEARCHERS, AND THOUGHT LEADERS
The STEM Division is home to faculty members from a range of disciplines who are well-regarded as experts in their fields.
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Illuminated Ep.3: Beyond Critical Race Theory
Princeton University’s Dr. Eddie Glaude ’89 and Morehouse’s Dr. Nina Gilbert discuss the truth, impact, and recent criticism of critical race theory as well as how we define truth in a media- and opinion-driven era and protect the truth behind African-American stories in this episode of Illuminated by Morehouse, guest hosted by Adjunct professor of journalism Nicole Carr.