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If you are currently a high school student, an adult, or a veteran, you may be able to earn a bachelor’s degree in just three years. The University of Toledo offers you 60 three-year degree options.
Completing a bachelor’s degree in three years requires well-prepared students who are motivated to work at an accelerated pace or who have earned college credit through one or more of the following:
- Advanced Placement courses leading to a score of at least 3 on an AP exam.
- Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program where students earn high school and college credit at the same time.
- Early College High Schools where the high school curriculum earns college credit
- Career-Technical Credit Transfer whose work
- Prior Learning Assessment where learning gained through work and life experience outside the classroom is evaluated and validated for college credit
- Military training and coursework
- Successful scores on College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams.
- Successful scores on foreign-language, mathematics, and chemistry placement exams.
Students interested in earning a three-year degree should work with a high school counselor and the college advisor which houses the major to determine if this option meets your needs.
Three-year degrees are available in the following majors: