The University Catalog is a comprehensive resource to help you prepare for your time at The University of Toledo.
A student who enrolls in the University will graduate under the academic program requirements published in this catalog at the time of his or her initial enrollment or selection of a major, as long as the student has maintained continuous enrollment.
The University of Toledo Catalog is designed to familiarize students, faculty and staff with University academic policies, course offerings, academic programs and college degree requirements for a specific academic year. This publication includes a general information section explaining UT's academic policies, procedures and student resources; an undergraduate and graduate section listing degree options for each academic college; a course description section; and a glossary of terms.
This publication is key to planning your academic program as a beginning or a continuing UT student. Students should consult their college advisors to facilitate planning of course schedules.
This catalog is published for informational purposes only. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, The University of Toledo reserves the right to modify rules, policies, fees, program requirements, course scheduling and courses offered during any specific semester, and any other matter, without notice.
It is the responsibility of the student to meet and satisfy all University, college and program requirements applicable at the time of his/her enrollment in the program. Questions concerning the contents of this catalog should be directed to the appropriate college advisor.
Ohio Board of Regents
The Ohio Board of Regents in 1990, following a directive of the 199th Ohio General Assembly, developed the Ohio Articulation and Transfer Policy to facilitate students’ ability to transfer credits from one Ohio public college or university to another in order to avoid duplication of course requirements. Visit ohiohighered.org/transfer for more information about credit transfer and the policy.
About the University
Founded in 1872, The University of Toledo is a student-centered, public, metropolitan research university with 21,000 students and picturesque campuses recognized nationally for their beauty. UT offers more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs through 13 academic colleges. These are the Colleges of Arts and Letters, Business and Innovation, Judith Herb College of Education, Engineering, Graduate Studies, Health and Human Services, Jesup Scott Honors, Law, Medicine and Life Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and University College.