Design your own major.
Can’t find a traditional major to match your career goals? Create your own.
The general studies degree program at The University of Toledo allows undergraduates to work with an advisor to craft an interdisciplinary course of study that fits their needs. You can pursue a bachelor of arts general studies degree in the College of Arts and Letters or a bachelor of science general studies degree in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Choose an area of concentration in the arts, social sciences or humanities. Then mix in classes from our broad liberal arts program of general studies in the College of Arts and Letters.
Take note: Some employers and graduate/professional degree programs require specific, established undergraduate curriculums. An existing major may be a better choice in these cases. UToledo advisors can help you decide if a general studies degree is a smart choice for you.
Individualized and flexible. UToledo’s College of Arts and Letters and College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offer more than 40 majors. Combine concentrations and classes to design a general studies major that works for you.
Dedicated, one-on-one advisers. General studies majors work closely with advisors to make sure all graduation requirements for the degree are met.
Active learning. UToledo emphasizes hands-on experiences. Our students learn through doing — volunteer work, internships, special projects and more.
State-of-the-art classrooms and labs. Use the latest technology in science and foreign-language labs, broadcast studios and more.
A UToledo general studies degree can prepare you for any career. That’s the beauty of designing your own program.