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FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE CALENDAR 2005-2006

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THE G. RAYMOND CHANG SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is Canada’s leading provider of university - based adult education. We extend learning opportunities to people who wish to continue their education, upgrade their professional skills or start a new career on a part-time basis. Programming strengths of the Chang School are reflected in our 65 plus certificate programs and more than 1,000 courses, seminars and workshops offered yearly in Arts, Business, Communication & Design, Community Services, Engineering and Applied Science and, in Information Technology Studies. The Chang School's instructors come from the University’s schools and departments, as well as from Toronto’s business, cultural, and academic communities. They bring professional experience and teaching expertise to the classroom.

Many of the courses offered through The Chang School are degree credit and may be used for transfer credit/advanced standing, if admission is secured, to many of our part- and full-time degree programs. All certificates require an academic background of OSSD with six OAC or Grade 12 U or M credits, or equivalent, or mature student status.

The Chang School is committed to developing new delivery modes to increase the accessibility of our programs. We continue to respond to community needs by offering degree-level courses for nurses at regional access centres throughout Southern Ontario. The number of courses we offer during the Spring/Summer terms continue to increase and, in response to student demand, we have increased the number of week-long intensive courses and weekend programming.

The Chang School has also been highly successful in developing corporate-university partnerships to enable the delivery of customized, degree-level education either within the workplace or on campus. Our Learning and Development team meets with external organizations to identify learning needs and develop creative, relevant educational opportunities.

Continuing education students are important to the University and have access to the Ryerson Library, laboratories, and support services, including career planning and study skills workshops, career services workshops, the in-house services offered by the Career Centre, and tutor support. For those students who lack prerequisite requirements for admission to Ryerson degree or certificate programs, we offer many Academic Bridging Courses to enable upgrading in specific areas.


Distance Education

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education offers programming through distance education. Over 185 courses are available on the Internet, in print, or on audio cassette. For more information, visit the Distance Education website at www.ryerson.ca/ce/de or call (416) 979-5035.

For additional information, or a copy of the The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education annual calendar:

Telephone: (416) 979-5035

The Office of the Dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, and most of the administrative staff and program directors are located on the first floor of Jorgenson Hall, Room JOR-100, Telephone (416) 979-5035. Office hours are 8 am to 7 pm Monday to Thursday; 8 am to 4:30 pm Friday; 8:15 am to 1:15 pm Saturday (September-June).

Information Nights are scheduled throughout the year to enable students to enquire about specific continuing education certificate programs and courses. Please contact the office or visit the website for specific dates.

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education

(416) 979-5035
www.ryerson.ca/ce

Dean

Marilynn Booth

Associate Director

Amy Casey
Program Directors
Arts Des Glynn
Business Management Claudette Smith
Communication & Design Ken Radway
Community Services Phil Schalm
Distance Education Keith Hampson
Engineering and Applied Science (TBA)
Information Technology Studies Lynn Deegan
Learning and Development Lynn Deegan
Seniors’ Education Program Sandra Kerr


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