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Are you interested in making a career change? Pursuing advanced training in your professional field? Adding a postgraduate specialization to your current degree? Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education offers a variety of courses and programs to help you achieve your goals. The Chang School provides relevant, quality educational programming geared to adult learners and taught by industry professionals.
The Faculty of Arts offers a wide range of humanities and social science degree courses, certificates, and course series through the Chang School. Courses are offered in the fall, winter and spring/summer semesters, both in class and online. Courses are available on an open-admissions basis: you do not need to be in a degree program at Ryerson to register for a Chang School course. Whether you want to learn more about The Brothers Grimm and fairy tales and fantasies, Nietzsche and philosophy, or modern propaganda and history, or you want to pursue a certificate in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Psychology, or Economics, you will be able to at the Chang School.
If you are a Ryerson degree student, Chang School courses may apply for credit to your program.
If you intend to use a Chang School course for credit in your degree program, please consult with your Program Advisor to ensure that the Chang School course meets the specific requirements and restrictions of your program. For more information link here.