There are a few things you'll need to do before commencing your studies in the Molecular Science Program at Ryerson. Please read the information below and feel free to contact Sarah Kovacs with any questions or concerns.
We will host an orientation event, online or in person depending on where we're at as a province and city. More information about that will be emailed to admitted students and posted here in the late summer.
At Orientation you will be given a document outlining your funding package details. It will break down your funding for the year including:
- Ryerson Graduate Development or Fellowship Scholarship (RGD/RGF)
- Stipend from your Supervisor(s)
- Approximate income earned through Teaching Assistantships (TA)
- Any Government Grants you may have applied for and won
The Graduate Student Stipend is part of your funding package. Fill out Part 1 this form and then meet with your supervisor to complete Parts 2 and 3. Return the completed form to Sarah Kovacs, the Graduate Program Administrator (GPA) in KHE-226B (or the drop box outside the office) within the first two weeks of September.
You must sign a Terms and Conditions Document and submit it to Sarah Kovacs in order to receive your RGF/GDA funding. This form will be shared with you at the start of the Fall term. Contact Sarah Kovacs with any questions.
In discussion with your supervisor(s) you will determine your plan of study, external link, which three courses are relevant to your studies and plan when you will take them. Courses are offered either once per year or more typically, once every other year. Please be sure to check course offerings each term to determine when to enrol in your courses. You can always contact the Graduate Program Administrator with questions about course offerings and enrolment.
Once you have established your Program of Study with your supervisor, you will be responsible for enrolling yourself in your courses on RAMSS. Visit How to Enrol to get started.
|Course Code and Title||Instructor||Schedule||Location|
|MS8115 Organic Methodology||TBD||Monday 9am-12pm||Virtual|
|MS8114 Glycobiology||Dr. Dustin Little||Tuesday 9am-12pm||Virtual|
|MS8103 Genomics and Proteomics||Dr. Jeffrey Fillingham||Tuesday 12pm-3pm||Virtual|
|MS8104 Interfacial Phenomena||Dr. Derick Rousseau||Wednesday 9am-12pm||Virtual|
|Seminar||Dr. Lesley Campbell||Thursday 12pm-2pm||Virtual|
|Seminar||Dr. Lesley Campbell||Friday 10am-12pm||Virtual|
|MS8117 Molecular Ecology||Dr. Janet Koprivnikar||Friday 12pm-3pm||Virtual|
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Current Seminar Schedule (link to be posted)
Note: The Graduate Program Office will enrol students in the appropriate Seminar Course as indicated below.
- MSc 1st Year: MS8201
- MSc 2nd Year: MS8202
- PhD Each Year: MS9201
*Please remember that you can only take one cross listed course in your program. Cross listed courses are graduate courses that are exactly the same an an undergraduate course.
Cross listed Courses in Molecular Science are:
- MS8114 Glycobiology
- MS8103 Genomics Proteomics
Contact Sarah Kovacs, if you have any questions or concerns.