Undergraduate Studies - College of Engineering


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Office of Undergraduate Studies
Nitschke Hall, MS 310
1610 N. Westwood
Toledo, OH 43607
Phone: (419) 530-8040
Fax: (419) 530-8046 ENUGStudies@utoledo.edu

Prospective Students

A first-class First-Year Experience

At The University of Toledo, we are committed to our students' success in and outside the classroom.

We developed the First-Year Experience Program, which provides special resources and programming aimed specifically at first-year students, because we know students who are successful in the first year are much more likely to do well academically and socially, and to graduate from college.

We're proud that we recently joined 19 four-year colleges and universities in a national higher education project, "Foundations of Excellence in the First College Year," to improve the support and education we provide students.

We invite you to learn more about our programs and see what a difference our First-Year Experience can make.

Earning an education at The University of Toledo's College of Engineering is an exceptional opportunity for the best and brightest. Our faculty and staff provide students with the personal attention they want and deserve.

  • All freshman courses taught by professors recognized for their teaching excellence
  • Professors who are accessible to YOU
  • Small class sizes
  • Free tutoring
  • Freshman Interest Groups. You'll share the same schedule of classes with a small group of other freshman with your same interests. Beginning our exciting program will be easier with the support of friends and the assistance of your upperclassman engineering student mentor

Honors Program

Students seeking a unique academic challenge should consider UT's prestigious honors program. Honors program offers:

  • Wider range of academic opportunities including independent study and honors classes and seminars
  • Priority registration
  • Study abroad
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
  • 100% placement into graduate, professional, and medical schools
  • Honors Residence Hall and Sullivan Classroom Center


The University of Toledo: College of Engineering offers bachelor's of science degrees in the following areas of study.

(All of the programs are fully accredited by ABET). 

Students may enter the Engineering program of the major of their choice or as undecided.

Engineering Technology

Our Engineering Technology Program provides students with the opportunity to earn a bachelor's of science degree in:


Students are the main priority and focus at The University of Toledo's College of Engineering. We are committed to providing students with the education and training needed to succeed in a competitive, global market. The University of Toledo's College of Engineering is located on 40 acres of land, housed within a multi-building complex.
Our world-class facilities, state of the art laboratories and equipment, and world renowned faculty make earning an education at UT's College of Engineering an exceptional opportunity for the best and the brightest.

Computing Facilities

Our computing facilities are among the finest in the state of Ohio. There are 14 computer labs with approximately 420 computers. The computer labs are available to engineering students 24 hours per day; 7 days a week.

Enhance Your Future

UT's College of Engineering provides students with another opportunity to further their career success through multi-disciplinary programs. For example, students can compliment an engineering major with a business minor by taking between four and six additional business courses.

FYI The combination of an engineering major and a selected business minor fulfills all prerequisites to complete a master's in business administration [MBA] during a student's final year.

FYI Interested in a medical career? Our Bioengineering Program offers an outstanding curriculum in preparation of medical studies.

Bioengineering students also enjoy a unique opportunity to join physicians and medical students on rounds at the University of Toledo Medical Center. Students will observe first hand the application of medicine and current technology as they prepare to help define the medical technology of the future.

General Academic Scholarships Students at UT's College of Engineering have the opportunity to compete for numerous academic scholarships.

Co-Op Program At UT's College of Engineering we're taking our work for a competitive edge literally.
Our co-op program provides all of our bachelor's of science in engineering students with three to five semesters of valuable hands-on work experience that will help offset the cost of their education while building a viable network with industry professionals.

  • 3 to 5 Semesters of work experience before you graduate
  • Average $16/hour pay; Earnings average $10,000/semester
  • Many graduates secure full-time employment with the companies where they had co-op assignments.
  • Full time co-op staff in College to find you employment opportunities!

Estimated Starting Salary

Averages for Bachelor's Degree Graduates in Engineering

Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers, Summer 2011



Chemical Engineering


Civil Engineering


Computer Science


Electrical Engineering


Engineering Technology


Mechanical Engineering


UT Engineering Graduates are Employed with Companies like:

  • Intel
  • Honda
  • Microsoft
  • Marathon Oil
  • BP Oil
  • First Energy
  • General Electric
  • Boston Scientific
  • NASA

Graduate School

Earn a B.S. in Engineering from UT's College of Engineering with the right preparation and you are eligible to earn an Engineering M.S. from UT's College of Engineering tuition-free. With a GPA of 3.3 and participation in research as an undergraduate student, you are eligible for a paid graduate assistantship.

The Princeton Review has consistently ranked the University of Toledo's College of Engineering among the best engineering graduate schools in the nation.

* Students incur the General fee, the Technology fee, the cost of textbooks and other living expenses.

Admission Requirements

Applicants with a 3.0 or higher high school cumulative grade point average and a minimum 22 ACT composite score (or 1020 SAT combined score) will be admitted to the Engineering program of their choice.
Applicants must have also successfully completed a minimum of four years of high school mathematics (with an emphasis in trigonometry or pre-calculus) and high school chemistry.
Completion of high school physics is also strongly recommended.

Engineering Technology Admission Requirements:

Students seeking admission to the Engineering Technology Department must have a minimum of a 2.5/4.0 high school G.P.A. and a minimum of a 21 ACT composite score or a 980 SAT combined score.

Additional admissions information is available at:

Last Updated: 4/30/18