The military trial has been scheduled for February 23, according to Egypt's official media sources.
The former president who was ousted by the army in July 2013 is currently facing four other trials, but this is the first time that Morsi will appear before the military court. Among other defendants, charged with disturbing public order and incitement to violence, is Mohamed Badie, the prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood Islamist members have already faced mass trials and were sentenced to life imprisonment or capital punishment by the new leadership.
Morsi has already been charged with incitement to murder, alleged espionage and conspiracy against Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's longstanding leader, which resulted in a 2011 rebellion. It is expected that verdicts in two of the ongoing trials will be announced in April and May, 2015. At the same time, military tribunals, restricted in scope, are known for their swift and harsh verdicts.
In accordance with Egypt's constitution, the military can try civilians accused of violence against military targets, including public infrastructure, municipal facilities and bridges.