Engineering Technology

University Core Curriculum

The University of Toledo requires thirty-three (33) semester hours of undergraduate general education core courses for all students. The table below lists the specific requirements of the General Education Core and how these requirements are satisfied by the IT program.

Gen Ed Core Requirement


IT Program Courses(s)

English Composition


ENGL 1110 and ENGL 2950



MATH 1260

Natural Science


Two electives, one with lab

Humanities & Fine Arts


One elective and one double-dip

Social Science


ECON 1150 and one elective

Multicultural: Non-Western Diversity


One elective (double-dip as Humanities)

Multicultural: U.S. Diversity


One elective (double-dip as Humanities)


A "double-dip" course may serve as both as a Humanities & Fine Arts and as a multicultural course [e.g., HIST 1080], or as both as a Social Science and as a multicultural course [e.g., SOC 2640].

The Natural Science electives are selected from the list of departments below and must include one laboratory course. The two Natural Science courses chosen cannot be from the same discipline.

  • Anatomy/Physiology (KINE)
  • Astronomy (ASTR)
  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Earth, Ecology and Environmental Science (EEES)
  • Physics (PHYS)

In addition to the University General Education Core Curriculum requirements described above, IT students are required to select a three semester credit hour communications elective from the list of courses below.

  • COMM 2600 Public Presentations
  • COMM 3810 Group Communications
  • COMM 3840 Interpersonal Communications



Last Updated: 6/27/22