College of Engineering Office of Undergraduate Studies

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prospective undergraduate students

UToledo is one of the most comprehensive universities in the U.S. The College of Engineering offers 14 engineering bachelor's degrees and 15 engineering master's and doctoral degrees in some of the most in-demand fields in engineering.

Direct admittance. No pre-engineering classes. Start engineering classes and design work your freshman year.

Three required co-ops. Our focus is on hands-on learning and entrepreneurship. Get paid while learning the skills you need to succeed. Many co-op employers hire their students for full-time jobs. Our special integrated coop program lets students not only gain a full year of work experience that will let them land a job upon graduation but also earn on average $10,000 per semester in salary.  As such, many UToledo engineering students graduate without debt.  Co-ops are optional for engineering technology students.

We are affordable. Our tuition is one of the lowest in the state because UToledo is committed to launching our students' careers at UToledo. In addition, our successful engineering alumni have donated significant funds to allow us to award generous merit and need-based scholarships.  As such, the net cost of tuition plus fees is also one of the lowest in the state.

Learn more about our ABET accredited programs. 

Find out Why UToledo Engineering is one of the best engineering colleges in Ohio.

Then schedule your visit. Wander our campus and meet our faculty and staff. Picture yourself as a Rocket!

Admission Requirements Placement Test Info Engineering Scholarships

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Engineering undergraduate majors

Engineering Undergraduate Minors

What's the difference between Engineering Science and Engineering Technology?

  • Engineering technology is more hands-on. It's based more on applying what you learn in the classroom than on theory and research.
  • Math classes are more algebra-based in engineering technology.
  • Co-ops are optional for engineering technology students.

UToledo offers five engineering technology bachelor's degrees. All are accredited by ABET, which is unique for engineering technology programs.

As technology becomes more important, our engineering tech alumni are as sought after as our engineering science graduates.

Academic Options

Pre-health profession tracks

Engineering students can choose a pre-medicine, pre-veterinary medicine or pre-dental track.

Bacc2MD program

This is a special admissions pathway for bioengineering students into the University of Toledo's College of Medicine.

Early Admission B.S./M.S. program

Students currently enrolled in a UToledo B.S. engineering program can get a head start on a master's degree by taking graduate level course work as part of their undergraduate degree program.

Jesup Scott Honors College

Benefit inside and outside the classroom (priority registration, honors housing, study abroad and more).

Language and Culture Courses

Discover how adding language and culture courses, or even a minor, can be valuable to your skillset and future career.

Future Engineers

Explore our programs, visit us on campus and learn about engineering.

  • Program for Engineering Experience in Research (PEER)
  • Engineer for a Day for high school students and their teachers
  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering event for Toledo-area junior high students
    For information on the two programs above, email Bryan Bosch or call 419.530.8038
  • Preview Days for students still exploring their college options
  • Experience Days for students already admitted to UToledo
  • High School Engineering Design Competition
    For information on the three programs above , email Matt Franchetti or call 419.530.8045

Academic Support

Student services

Engineering Living Learning Community

Live and learn with other first-year engineering students in the Honors Academic Village.

  • Support from peers, faculty and upper-level engineering students
  • Engineering study lounge and computer lab save you late-night trips across campus to the engineering building

Advisory Boards

Every department has an advisory board of industry professionals. In partnership with our expert faculty, they:

  • Help shape curriculum
  • Keep us abreast of industry standards
  • Ensure you gain the skills and knowledge you need to find a good job



Learn to think like an entrepreneur. We call it entrepreneurial-minded learning. Our students aren't just problem solvers. They create value for their employers by recognizing business opportunities.

Roy and Marcia Armes Engineering Leadership Institute

Network with industry leaders, attend conferences and learn leadership skills.



Meet Elizabeth Wolak

Class of 2022, Bioengineering

Liz’ high school – Toledo Technology Academy of Engineering – required a month-long internship. Liz spent her internship working in the Department of Bioengineering’s bioprocessing laboratory. She has since completed her B.S. in Bioengineering at UToledo in 2022. Liz is now working full-time while pursuing her M.S. in electrical engineering.

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Meet Jason Gonring

Class of 2019, electrical engineering | Lambertville, Mich.

"At UToledo, I’ve encountered countless opportunities to explore my passion for sustainability and make a real difference. I’ve learned how to start a business, raise money for initiatives and organizations, conduct professional-grade research, put on a killer presentation, build a strong and influential network and manage large-scale projects."

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Meet Devyani Donde

Class of 2021, information technology | Nashik, India

"I'm the Treasurer of the Association for Computing Machinery Women's Chapter. ACM-W connects me with amazing women in technology, helps me network, allows me to attend conferences and hackathons, and find trends in technology that prepare me for my career. The diversity at The University of Toledo attracted me. But the thing I liked best was the co-op program."

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Questions about Undergraduate Engineering?

Matt FranchettiContact Matt Franchetti
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Last Updated: 7/15/24