The University of Toledo Admission

College Credit Plus Pathways

What are College credit plus pathways?

Pathways are a collection of recommended classes to introduce you to a specific career field. UToledo offers 15- or 30-hour pathways in such areas as business, engineering, health and more.

Our partner schools and districts may choose to offer certain pathways to their CCP students. Not all schools offer all UToledo pathways.

Why should I enroll in a pathway?

  • Some pathway courses are considered Level One courses, which are guaranteed to be transferable to another Ohio university or college. They fulfill the general elective or specific major requirements at any Ohio public college or university. Not all pathway courses are Level One. Non-Level One courses are not guaranteed to transfer, although they may.
  • You have more course options. Some classes are offered only through a pathway.
  • If you have an idea of what you’d like to major in when you get to college, a pathway could help you decide if it’s the right program for you.

CCP pathways at UToledo

General education 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — English Composition I

PSC 1200 — American National Government

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

ANTH 2800 — Cultural Anthropology

   Spring Semester

BIOL 1120 — Survey of Biology (add BIOL 1220 if lab needed)

THR 1100 — Introduction to Theatre

GEPL 2040 — World Geography

MATH 2600 — Introduction to Statistics

ENGL 1310 — English Composition II

 Bioengineering Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

MIME 2980 — Introduction Engineering

   Spring Semester

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

ECON 1200 — Principles of Microeconomics


 Bioengineering  30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

MIME 2980 — Introduction Engineering

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

ECON 1200 — Principles of Microeconomics

   Spring Semester

ENGL 2950 — Science and Technical Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)

CHEM 1090 — Elementary Chemistry (based on placement)

MATH 1330 — Trigonometry

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology (or any other Social Science Elective)

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

 BUSINESS career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

BMGT 1010 or BUAD 1010 — Business Principles or Introduction To Business

   Spring Semester

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

CMPT 1100 — Microsoft Office Applications


 BUSINESS 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

BMGT 1010 — Business Principles

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

CMPT 1100 — Microsoft Office Applications

   Spring Semester

ENGL 2960 — Professional Business Writing (or any other College Composition II)

ECON 1200 — Microeconomics (or any social science core elective)

MATH 2600 - Introduction To Statistics I

PSC 1710 — Current International Problems (or any non-Western diversity core elective)

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. diversity core elective)

 COMMUNICATION Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 2000 — Mass Communication and Society

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

COMM 2600 — Public Presentations

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology


 COMMUNICATION 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 2000 — Mass Communication and Society

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. diversity core elective)

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

COMM 2600 — Public Presentations

ENGL 2800 — Writing About Literature

PSC 1710 — Current International Problems (or any non-Western diversity core elective)

MUS 2220 — History of Jazz

 CRIMINAL JUSTICE Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

CRIM 1010 — Criminal Justice

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

CRIM 1040 — Human Relations and Diversity

CMPT 1100 — Microsoft Office Applications


 CRIMINAL JUSTICE 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

CRIM 1010 — Criminal Justice

PSC 1710 — Current International Problems (or any non-Western diversity core elective)

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

CRIM 1240 — Policing

CMPT 1100 — Microsoft Office Applications

CRIM 1040 — Human Relations and Diversity

PSC 1200 — American National Government

 ENGINEERING Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

MATH 1330 — Trigonometry

GNEN 1000 — Introduction Engineering

GNEN 1800 — Engineering Application of Mathematics (needs MATH 1330)

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

GNEN 1010 — Engineering Professional Development

CHEM 1090 — Elementary Chemistry


 ENGINEERING 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

MATH 1330 — Trigonometry

GNEN 1000 — Introduction to Engineering

GNEN 1800 — Engineering Application of Mathematics (needs MATH 1330)

CHEM 1090 — Elementary Chemistry

   Spring Semester

ENGL 2950 — Science and Technical Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)

GNEN 1010 — Engineering Professional Development

MATH 1850 — Calculus I

CHEM 1230 — General Chemistry I

ECON 1200 — Principles of Microeconomics

 Health SCIENCEs Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology 

   Spring Semester

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (humanities/fine arts core elective)

HHS 1020 — Introduction to Health Sciences II


 Health SCIENCEs 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology (based on placement)

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology 

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II (or any other College Composition II)

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology

THR 1100 — Introduction to Theater (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

HHS 1020 — Introduction to Health Sciences II

MATH 2600 — Introduction to Statistics

 HEALTH Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

HEAL 2500 — Personal Health

   Spring Semester

HEAL 2100 — Living Well

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

COMM 2000 — Mass Communication & Society (humanities/fine arts core elective)


 HEALTH 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 2000 — Mass Communication & Society (humanities/fine arts core elective)

HEAL 2500 — Personal Health

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

HEAL 2100 — Living Well

   Spring Semester

ENGL 2950 — Science & Tech Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)

SOC 1020 — Social Problems (or any social science core elective)

MATH 2600 - Introduction To Statistics I

HEAL 1800 — Medical Terminology

PSC 1710 — Current International Problems (or any non-Western diversity core elective)

 NURSING Career 15-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology (or any social science core elective)

   Spring Semester

MATH 2600 — Introduction to Statistics I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

ENGL 2950 — Science & Tech. Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)


 NURSING 30-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology (or any social science core elective)

MATH 2600 — Introduction to Statistics I

EEES 2150 — Biodiversity

   Spring Semester

ENGL 2950 — Science & Tech. Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology (or any social science core elective)

THR 1100 — Introduction to Theater (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

CHEM 1120 — Chemistry for Health Sciences (or CHEM 1110 based on placement test)

 Occupational Therapy Career 15-hour PATHWAY

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology or ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology

BIOL 2010  — Major Concepts in Biology

PSY 1010  — Principles of Psychology

OCCT 2550  — Purposeful Living: The Role of Occupational Therapy


 Occupational Therapy 30-hour PATHWAY

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology or ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology

BIOL 2010  — Major Concepts in Biology

PSY 1010  — Principles of Psychology

OCCT 2550  — Purposeful Living: The Role of Occupational Therapy

ENGL 2950 — Science & Technical Report Writing or MATH 2600 Introduction to Statistics

COMM 2840 — Interpersonal Communication or BMGT 2750 Cultural Communications in the Workplace or COMM 1010 Communication Principles and Practices

COCA 2000  — Mindful Creativity

DST 2020  — Introduction to Disabilities Studies

HEAL 2500  — Personal Health

 Paralegal Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110-College Composition I

LGL 1010- Introduction to Law

   Spring Semester

MATH 1320-College Algebra

COMM 1010- Communication Principles & Practices (humanities/fine arts core elective)

CMPT 1100- Microsoft Office Applications


 Paralegal 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (humanities/fine arts core elective)

LGL 1010 — Introduction to Law

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

CMPT 1100 — Microsoft Office Applications

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II (or any other College Composition II)

PHIL 1020 — Critical Thinking

LGL 1150 — Tort Law

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. Diversity core elective)

 

 Pharmacy 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

   Spring Semester

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

MATH 1320 — College Algebra (based on placement)

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology (or any social science core elective)


 Pharmacy 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. Diverity Core Elective)

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

ENGL 1110— College Composition I

MATH 1320 — College Algebra (based on placement)

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology (or any social science core elective)

   Spring Semester

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

CHEM 1090 — Elementary Chemistry (based on placement)

ENGL 1130 — English Composition II

MATH 1330 — Trigonometry

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology (or any social science core elective)

 

 Psychology Career 15-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

PSY 2200 — Abnormal Psychology

HIST 1070 — The Contemporary World (or any Non-Western Diversity Core Elective)


 Psychology 30-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology

MATH 1320 — College Algebra or MATH 2600 — Introduction to Statistics (based on math placement)

ASTR 1010 — Survey of Astronomy (or any Natural Science Core Elective)

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. Diversity Core Elective)

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

PSY 2200 — Abnormal Psychology

HIST 1070 — The Contemporary World (or any Non-Western Diversity Core Elective)

ARBC/CHIN/GERM/FREN/JAPN/SPAN 1080 or 1090 (or any Arts & Humanities elective)

EEES 2150 — Biodiversity

EEES 2160 — Biodiversity Lab

 Pre-med (Biology) Career 15-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

   Spring Semester

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology


 Pre-med (Biology) 30-hour PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

BMGT 2700- Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. Diversity Core Elective)

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles & Practices (or any humanities/fine arts core elective)

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

MATH 1320 — College Algebra

PSY 1010 — Principles of Psychology

   Spring Semester

BIOL 2010 — Major Concepts in Biology

CHEM 1090 — Elementary Chemistry (based on placement))

ENGL 2950 — Science & Tech. Report Writing (or any other College Composition II)

MATH 1330 — Trigonometry

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

 THEATER Career 15-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

THR 1030 — Stagecraft & Theatre Technology

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

THR 1040 — Stage Lighting and Sound

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology


 THEATER 30-HOUR PATHWAY

   Fall Semester

ENGL 1110 — College Composition I

THR 1030 — Stagecraft & Theatre Technology

SOC 1010 — Introduction to Sociology

MATH 1320 — College Algebra (or any other Core Mathematics elective)

BMGT 2700 — Managing Diversity in the Workplace (or any other U.S. Diversity Core Elective)

   Spring Semester

ENGL 1130 — College Composition II

THR 1040 — Stage Lighting and Sound

EEES 1130 — Down to Earth: Environmental Science (or any natural science core elective)

PSC 1710 — Current International Problems (or any non-Western diversity core elective)

COMM 1010 — Communication Principles and Practices

Find your school’s pathways

These are the northwest Ohio schools or districts that offer pathways. If your school isn’t listed or if it doesn’t offer a pathway that you’re interested in, contact us. We can reach out to your school, but the ultimate decision to include a pathway option is the high school’s decision.  

Last Updated: 7/3/24