BALTIMORE - Morgan State University has announced plans for expanding the main campus.
School officials on Wednesday announced plans for the Earl Graves School of Business.
Graves, who graduated from the school in 1957, is the founder of Black Enterprise Magazine.
Seven academic departments will move into the building. It will include a Wall Street trading floor and mock hotel rooms.
It will be a $72 million upgrade.
Morgan State officials also say there are plans for two more buildings in what they are describing as their new west campus. Construction is scheduled to finish in a year and a half.
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