Undergraduate International Admission

Undergraduate International Student Transfer Requirements

Transfer students: Students with college credit taken after they graduated from high school. Students who took college courses during high school are considered first-time freshmen.

Program Admission Standards

UT colleges and programs have specific admission criteria that must be met. Programs may have additional criteria not listed here; please check the program’s web site for the most complete information. Admitted students who do not meet the specific college/program requirements will be admitted as specified below.

The following GPA requirements are based on final cumulative GPA, not semester GPA.

College of Adult and Lifelong Learning

Programs of Study:
Adult Liberal Studies
Individualized Program
Professional Studies

Adult Liberal Studies: 2.0 GPA; The Adult Liberal Studies program is for students of at least 25 years of age.
Individualized program: 2.0 GPA; 20 semester hours/30 quarter hours of earned college credit.
Professional Studies: 2.0 GPA; Earn associate's degree or completion of 60 semester-hours of credit or permission of college.

College of Business and Innovation

Programs of Study for Bachelor of Business Administration (4-year programs):
Electronic Commerce
Financial Services
Human Resources
Information Systems
International Business
Operations Management
Organizational Leadership and Management
Professional Sales
Supply Chain Management

2.4 GPA

Programs of Study for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (4-year program):
Information Technology

2.25 GPA

Programs of Study for Applied Organizational Technology Associate Degree (2-year programs):
Accounting Technology
Business Management Technology
Computer Network Administration
Computer Software Specialist
Information Services and Support
Intermodal Transportation Technology
Programming and Software Development
Technical Studies

2.0 GPA

College of Engineering

Programs of Study for Bachelor of Science in Engineering (4-5 year programs):
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

2.75 GPA; Credits for Math 1850 Calculus I and Chem 1230 General Chemistry, or equivalents, with grades of at least a C.

Students not meeting these requirements will be reviewed for the Engineering Technology programs.

Programs of Study for Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (4-5 year programs):
Computer Science and Engineering Technology
Construction Engineering Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Information Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology

2.0 GPA; Information Technology requires at least a 2.25 GPA.

College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences

Programs of Study (4-year programs):
Africana Studies
American Studies
Asian Studies
English (Creative Writing, General Literature, General Writing)
General Studies
Geography and Planning (Geographic Information Science, Planning)
Global Studies
Law and Social Thought
Political Science and Public Administration (Legal Studies, Public Administration)
Religious Studies
Urban Studies
Women’s and Gender Studies

2.0 GPA; Students will be admitted to pre-psychology until they can earn 30 hours and a 2.5 GPA. 

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Programs of Study (4-year programs):
Biology (Biological Sciences, Ecology/Organismal)
Environmental Sciences
Environmental Studies
Mathematics (Applied Mathematics, Computer Science Math, Pure Mathematics, Statistical Math)
Medical Technology
Physics (Applied Physics, Astrophysics, Biomedical Physics)

2.0 GPA

College of Nursing

Programs of Study (4-year programs):
BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)

All students admitted into the pre-nursing BSN with a 3.0 GPA with 12 graded semester hours or 18 graded quarter hours.

Upon completion of the pre-nursing curriculum, there is a competitive admission process for the professional sequence.

Registered nurses returning for BSN will be admitted into pre-nursing with a 2.5 GPA. Upon completion of the pre-nursing curriculum, there is a competitive admission process for the professional sequence. Active unrestricted unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse required. RN graduates from diploma or non-accredited nursing programs are required to submit a portfolio for application to the nursing major.

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Programs of Study:
Pharmaceutical Sciences (Medicinal & Biological Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology-Toxicology, Pharmacy Administration); 4-year program
Doctor of Pharmacy Licensure Program; 6-year program

2.7 GPA; Transfer students cannot be automatically admitted into the professional division, regardless of credits earned at other institutions. Only second-year pre-pharmacy students currently enrolled at UT are considered for the professional division. Students who are not Ohio residents and/or have completed course work at a non-Ohio institution will be considered on an individual basis. Such applicants with a GPA below 3.0 are rarely considered.

College of Communication and the Arts

Programs of Study:
Art Education
Art History
Communication (Broadcasting, Journalism, Public Relations, Interpersonal/Organizational Communication)
Music (Guitar, Instrumental Jazz, Instrumental and Vocal Jazz with emphasis in Music Business and Recording Arts, Organ, Piano, String, Vocal Jazz, Voice, Wind and Percussion)
Music Education
Theatre (Design Tech, Performance, Theatre Studies)
Visual Arts (2D - Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, 3D - Ceramics, Sculpture, New Media - Digital, Photography, Time-based, New Media Design Practices - Graphic Design)

2.0 GPA; Music program requires an audition. Call 419.530.2448 for an appointment.

Judith Herb College of Education

Programs of Study:
Adolescent & Young Education
Early Childhood Education
Intervention Specialist/Special Education
Multi-Age Education
Middle Childhood Education

GPA Requirement:
GPA requirements based on transfer hours:
0-29.9 Semester Hours - 2.3 GPA
30-59.9 Semester Hours - 2.5 GPA
60+ Science Hours - 2.7 GPA (overall and in chosen major)

College of Social Justice and Human Service

Programs of Study:
Criminal Justice
Paralegal Studies
Social Work

GPA Requirement:
GPA requirements based on transfer hours:
0-29.9 Semester Hours - 2.2 GPA
30-59.9 Semester Hours - 2.4 GPA
60+ Science Hours - 2.5 GPA (overall and in chosen major)

College of Health Sciences

Programs of Study:
Athletic Training
Exercise Science (Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Health Promotion and Human Performance, Pre-occupational Therapy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician Assistant)
Health-Care Administration
Health Information Administration
Public Health
Recreation and Leisure
Recreational Therapy
Respiratory Care
Speech Language Pathology

GPA Requirement:
GPA requirements based on transfer hours:
0-29.9 Semester Hours - 2.2 GPA
30-59.9 Semester Hours - 2.4 GPA
60+ Science Hours - 2.5 GPA (overall and in chosen major)

Honors College

Although Honors students generally have at least a high school GPA of 3.75 and an ACT composite score of 28 (1260 combined Reading and Mathematics SAT score), students with a 3.5 GPA and a 25 ACT composite (1150 combined SAT score) are encouraged to apply.  We review applications individually and consider your Honors essay, a resume of school activities and involvement in your community as well as GPA and standardized test scores.
Even though our Priority Deadline of 11 January 2013 has passed, we will continue to accept and review Honors applications until all spaces have been filled.

You should receive written notification about the Honors Committee decision (admit, wait, or deny) several weeks after you have submitted your completed Honors application.

Please notify us 419.530.6030 or honors@utoledo.edu if you change your major after you have submitted your Honors application. Changing your major could mean changing your college; we want to make sure that your Honors application goes to the correct College Honors Committee for a decision.

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Last Updated: 3/22/15