The institution provides instruction for all course work required for at least one degree program at each level at which it awards degrees. If the institution does not provide instruction for all such course work and (1) makes arrangements for some instruction to be provided by other accredited institutions or entities through contracts or consortia or (2) uses some other alternative approach to meeting this requirement, the alternative approach must be approved by the Commission on Colleges. In both cases, the institution demonstrates that it controls all aspects of its educational program. (See Commission policy “Core Requirement 2.7.4: Documenting an Alternate Approach.”)
Morehouse College provides, in the majority of its degree programs, all course work required for its degree programs. The College catalog documents this fact. Sections of the Catalog which are relevant include “Academic Policies and Procedures” and “Programs of Study.”
Morehouse is a member of the Atlanta University Consortium (AUC), which includes Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College, the Interdenominational Theological Center and Morehouse College. Students enrolled at one institution can take course work at any of the institutions that are a part of the consortium. Students who request to take courses at other institutions in the Center must seek approval from their department chair.
Morehouse has entered into a special arrangement with Spelman College to offer courses leading to majors in Art, Drama and Education.
Since 1969 Morehouse College has offered students the option of studying engineering through cooperative agreements with engineering schools. Participating schools are listed. (See Dual-Degree Engineering Program Cooperative Agreements below.)
In fall 2005, Morehouse College, in collaboration with Edinburgh Business School of Heriot-Watt University, began offering a program of graduate study leading to a Masters in Business Administration. Morehouse College will not award this degree, and therefore this degree program is not a substantive change.