The University of Toledo 1998 - 2000 CatalogThis publication is the key to planning your academic program as a beginning or a continuing UT student. Please become familiar with its contents. Students should consult their college advisers to facilitate planning of course schedules for the fall and spring semesters. The 1998-2000 University of Toledo Catalog is designed to familiarize students, faculty and staff with University academic policies, course offerings, academic programs and college degree requirements. This publication includes the following major sections: a general information section explaining UT's academic policies, regulations and procedures; a program description section listing degree options for each academic college; and a course description section outlining each of approximately 6,000 course offerings.
Founded in 1872, The University of Toledo is a nationally recognized, comprehensive public university serving more than 20,000 students from throughout Ohio, the U.S. and 98 countries. The fourth largest public university in the state, UT is a Carnegie Doctoral I institution and a member of the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. UT offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate programs through eight academic colleges. These are the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education and Allied Professions, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, University College, and the University Community and Technical College.
- Admissions and General Information
- The Undergraduate Colleges
- The Graduate School
- General Information, Degrees Offered, Financial Assistance, Application Forms
- Academic Regulations
- College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs
- College of Business Administration Graduate Programs
- College of Education and Allied Professions Graduate Programs
- College of Engineering Graduate Programs
- College of Pharmacy Graduate Programs
- The College of Law
- Course Descriptions
- Resource Publications for Students (list)
This catalog is published for informational purposes only. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, The University of Toledo reserves the right to modify rules, policies, fees, program requirements, course scheduling and courses offered during any specific semester, and any other matter, without notice. It is the responsibility of the student to meet and satisfy all University, college and program requirements applicable at the time of his/her enrollment in the program. Questions concerning the contents of this catalog should be directed to the appropriate college adviser.