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Baccalaureate Credentials Awarded at Ryerson

Ryerson awards a variety of undergraduate degrees, including:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc)
  • Bachelor of Architectural Science (BArchSc)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (BA (Hons))
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) (BComm (Hons))
  • Bachelor of Design (BDes)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Bachelor of Health Administration (BHA)
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc)
  • Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
  • Bachelor of Journalism (BJourn)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) (BSc (Hons))
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
  • Bachelor of Technology (BTech)
  • Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (BURPl)

Full- and part-time undergraduate degree programs are available within these areas, many of which offer majors, options or concentrations within the individual program. Several Minors are also available.

English is the primary language of instruction.

Ryerson’s curriculum presents a unique mix of career-focused, professionally-related and liberal studies courses, which equip graduates to succeed in their chosen field. Lecture material is translated into practice through co-operative education and internship options, laboratory work, field trips, off-campus project work, and regular contact with business and industry.

Liberal studies courses enhance students’ capacity to understand the social, cultural and scientific context in which graduates will work as professionals and live as educated citizens.

For information about graduate studies (Master and PhD Programs) see Yeates School of Graduate Studies, opens in new window and the Graduate Studies calendar, opens in new window.

For information about continuing education courses and certificate programs, see The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, opens in new window.


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