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Engineering Boost Program

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Join the First-Year Engineering Office (FYEO) and your peers during the months of July and August for one or all of the optional boost courses in math, physics, chemistry and programming.

Each online course will help you improve and reinforce fundamental topics and concepts you’ll encounter in your first-year engineering subjects. 

The Engineering Boost Program is taught by Ryerson faculty, is free of charge, and available to all incoming engineering students who have already accepted their offer of admission.  These courses are not for credit, and are not graded.

Contact Simran at orientationlead@ryerson.ca with any questions about the Engineering Boost summer courses.

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Weekdays from 10am - 1pm from July 6th to July 24th, join Dr. Majed Alqasas to review the fundamentals of calculus and advanced functions.  This course will help incoming students prepare for university level engineering courses: MTH 140 & MTH 141


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To better prepare for PCS 211, this mini course will run from July 27 - August 17th, weekdays from 10am - 12pm.  Review the fundamentals of high-school physics, and preview some of the material you'll encounter during your first year.

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Join members of Ryerson's computer science faculty for an intensive 3 week summer course in the fundamentals of computer programming.  Classes will be conducted online from July 6 - July 24 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.  Improve your understanding and prepare for the second semester course CPS 125.