Maryland AG rejects approval of Towson doctoral program, HBCU group praises opinion

Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown has rejected a state commission’s decision to let Towson University establish a Ph.D. program that critics said would duplicate one at Morgan State University, a historically Black university.

Calling it an “equitable outcome,” Morgan State University President David K. Wilson praised the recent turn of events. He thanked Brown and the commission for “reviewing the circumstances surrounding the unreasonable duplication of Morgan’s longstanding, high-quality and affordable Business Administration Ph.D. program.”

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