College of Engineering


UToledo – one of Ohio's top engineering programs

Earn a patent, start a business, conduct research — as an undergraduate.

Our College of Engineering stands out from other universities. We are one of only eight programs in the U.S. that requires co-ops for engineering science undergraduates. Our students graduate with a year’s worth of paid industry experience. Many find jobs before they graduate.

All of our bachelor's degrees are accredited by ABET. We also offer traditional engineering master’s degree and Ph.D. programs, as well as graduate certificates and a part-time online master’s program for working professionals.

At UToledo, you’re directly admitted to your engineering major. No weeding out. No pre-engineering. You’ll start engineering classes and design work your freshman year. Our focus is on experiential education and entrepreneurship. We prepare you to be a practicing engineer and leader in the field.

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Experiential Learning

You learn best by doing. That’s why we require three co-ops. You’ll also sharpen your skills and apply your classroom knowledge with freshman and senior design experiences and through our engineering student organizations. All of this hands-on experience gives you an advantage over other job applicants when you’re ready to launch your career.

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World-class research

There aren’t many universities where you can work on research starting your freshman year. Our renowned engineering faculty welcome undergraduate and graduate students into their labs. Their cutting-edge research in areas from sustainable energy to cybersecurity makes an impact in Toledo and throughout the world.



Meet Naba Rizvi

Class of 2020, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Naba Rizvi is passionate about technology and breaking barriers in computer science. She accumulated quite a list of accolades in her time at UToledo: one of nine students to win the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship, one of 20 to win the Google Women Techmakers Scholarship and one of six recipients of the National Center for Women in IT’s Collegiate Award. She also is the founder of Non-Traditional Techies, a nonprofit to increase socioeconomic diversity in technology.

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Last Updated: 10/19/20