University of Toledo College of Law Stats
The University of Toledo College of Law, the law school of the University of Toledo, is a public institution in Ohio.
By the NumbersEstablished: 1906
Number of Students: 470
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 13.4 to 1
Bar Passage Rate: 89%
Toledo Law requires the successful completion of 89 semester hours for graduation. The curriculum in the first year of the full-time program and the first two years in the part-time program consists of required courses. The school offers five Certificates of Concentration: Intellectual Property, Environmental Law, International Law, Labor and Employment Law, and Criminal Law. Toledo Law has Joint-Degree Programs that allow students to obtain a Master of Science in Engineering, PhD in Engineering, Master of Business Administration, Master of Public Administration, or Master of Criminal Justice. Students may also design individual joint-degree programs.
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