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UT College of Education and Allied Professions Web Page
Admissions & General Information | Departments & Offices | Undergraduate Studies
Graduate Studies | Computing Facillities | College Directory | College Web Pages

About this Web Page Welcome! This web page is designed to provide information about The University of Toledo College of Education & Allied Professions to prospective students, currently-enrolled students, faculty, staff and alumni. Below is a brief description of what is contained under the individual links found on this page.

Admissions & General Information contains information on the following subjects:

  • Admissions Policy & Procedures
  • Teacher Certification & Licensure
  • Financial Support, Scholarships & Assistantships
  • History of the College
  • A map of the campus featuring locations of departments and offices in the college

Departments & Offices contains information regarding the various departments and offices within the college including a general description of each department/office, office locations and phone numbers, plus links to departmental web pages.

Undergraduate Studies has information on college degree programs, advising, policies and class schedules for undergraduate students enrolled in the College.

Graduate Studies has information on college degree programs, advising, policies and class schedules for graduate students enrolled in the College.

Computing Facillities contains details about the location and equipment available in computing labs and facillities within the College.

College Directory contains various lists of all faculty and staff members who work within the college. Lists can be viewed by member name, by department, or by office location; lists include indvidual names, titles phone numbers, office locations and (optionally at individual faculty or staff request) links to e-mail and web page addresses.

College Web Pages contains links to all college-related web pages including departments, offices and individual web pages.

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About the College Committed to excellence in training men and women for rewarding careers in teaching and allied professions, The College of Education & Allied Professions emphasizes development of effective communication skills, ethical awareness, and critical thinking abilities. Designed especially for students who are intellectually curious and interested in working with others, each program challenges students to apply their knowledge and educational skills effectively in a variety of settings, from classrooms to community health agencies.

In addition to its early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescent teacher education programs, the College offers a broad range of other specialized majors in education and the allied professions. These include special and vocational education, community health, exercise science, speech-language pathology, and respiratory therapy and public affairs and community service programs.

The College of Education & Allied Professions has offered professional education courses since 1872, and all programs are accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Ohio Department of Education. Upon successful completion of UT's accredited baccalaureate program, students become eligible for teacher licensure in the State of Ohio.Allied professions programs are also accredited by their respective professional associations.

The College enjoys an outstanding reputation for providing graduates who are capable of meeting high academic standards and diverse educational needs. Coursework is arranged into three categories. The first category, known as the core curriculum, includes general education requirements in the areas of English composition, humanities, science, social studies, multi-cultural studies, and math. The second category of coursework encourages students to focus on developing skills in their special areas of professional interest, and the third involves experience "in the field."

Field experience for UT students may begin as early as the first year of study. Internships during the senior year enable students to teach (and learn!) by interacting with students and clients, and by collaborating with outstanding teachers and other professionals.

Students enrolled in UT's College of Education & Allied Professions enjoy learning in a comfortable, inclusive academic community nestled within a larger metropolitan community. Plus, just minutes away from campus, the City of Toledo features dozens of year-round and seasonal attractions from art to aardvarks!

At UT, you'll find a community of caring people who take you, your academic goals, and your life dreams seriously.

After all, we want you to succeed...

Admissions & General Information | Departments & Offices | Undergraduate Studies
Graduate Studies | Computing Facillities | College Directory | College Web Pages

Additional Information

For additional information contact:
College of Education and Allied Professions
Student Services Center
Snyder Memorial - Room 104
(419) 530-2495

The University of Toledo is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and Educator