College of Engineering Office of Graduate Studies

admission information


Admissions are made on an individual basis and take into account the applicant’s previous educational record and professional experience.

  • Completed and signed online application form
  • Transcript from each institution attended showing degree obtained (exception: UT graduates). Domestic students whose undergraduate GPA is below 2.7 will need to provide GRE scores. Information on the GRE is available at 
  • Two letters of professional recommendation. CLICK HERE FOR FORM
  • Professional Resume (for the part-time master's of science, PT-MSE, programs)
  • U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent cardholders: $45 non-refundable application fee
  • All others: $75 non-refundable application fee


GRE Requirement:

  • It is within the discretion of the various departments to require the GRE for all applicants.                           
  • All applicants whose native language is not English will be required to submit GRE scores for all graduate programs. Exceptions include: Australia, Canada (non-francophone areas), England, Ireland, and New Zealand                              
  • Test scores for GRE cannot be older than 5 years from the first day of the term that the student begins their program.

For MD/PhD and MD/MS dual degree applicants, GRE scores are strongly recommended but MCAT scores may be accepted in lieu of GRE scores. 


We strongly encourage you to utilize the transfer credit service provided at Transferology to evaluate any college-level courses that you may have completed to help you determine potential placement. The site shows course equivalencies between public/private two/four year colleges/universities, along with college degree requirements. 

Listed below are links to some of the UT departments that can help with frequently asked questions regarding your admission to The University of Toledo.

Tuition and Fees 

 View the current finance brochure for tuition and fees. Click here to view the brochure.

Out-of-state residents who are admitted to one of UT’s fully online programs and enroll in only online classes qualify for in-state tuition. The University of Toledo also provides additional scholarship information from the individual colleges and financial aid opportunities.

Office of Financial Aid/Rocket Solutions Central

The University of Toledo is committed to helping find ways to make a college education affordable for UT students and their families. We offer a variety of services and programs designed to help you find ways to meet your educational expenses.
All questions regarding financial aid are handled by our Rocket Solution Central Office (RSC) located in Rocket Hall Room 1200 and may be reached at 419.530.8700

 Office of the Registrar

 The Office of the Registrar is the custodian of student academic records and provider of essential services.  They support the University's mission by striving to provide the entire University community — students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other groups — with equitable, honest, and fair services. The Office of the Registrar can help with registration, transcripts and graduation. Questions can be answered here



Last Updated: 11/14/18