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Transfer Credits

Transferring into a new program is an exciting experience! Are you curious to see what credits are available to transfer to ProCom? Here are the steps!

Transferring from another Ryerson Program 

When transferring from another Ryerson program into ProCom, you do not have to apply for Transfer Credits. Courses that you completed in your previous Ryerson program or through the Chang School that apply toward ProCom will automatically transfer! This includes courses completed through The Chang School where course codes are similar (For example, CSOC 104 is equivalent to SOC 104).

Professional Communication Curriculum

First Year Second Year Third year Fourth Year
Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 & 4 Semester 5 & 6 Semester 7 & 8
CMN 200
The Craft of
Professional Writing
CMN 211
Language and Power
CMN 215 Messages,
Modalities, and
Media
CMN 315
Issues in
Communication and
the Workplace
CMN 402
Theorizing
Communication
CMN 210
Text, Image, and
Sound
CMN 216
Communications
Revolution
CMN 222
Digital Discourse
and Design
CMN 323
Introduction to
Professional Practice
CMN 480
Applied Research
Methods I
Professionally -
Related Table II
Professionally -
Related Table II
CMN 314
Professional
Presentations
CMN 324
Strategic Storytelling
in Industry
CMN 490
Applied Research
Methods II
Open Elective Professional
Table I
CMN 448 Introduction
to Visual
Communication
CMN 325
Communication and
the Digital Enterprise
Professional
Table I
Open Elective Liberal Studies -
Table A
Professional
Table I
Professional
Table I
Professional
Table I
    Professional
Table I
Professional
Table I
Professional
Table I
    Professionally -
Related Table II
Open Elective Open Elective
    Open Elective Open Elective Open Elective
    Liberal Studies -
Table A
Liberal Studies -
Table B
Open Elective
    Liberal Studies -
Table A
Liberal Studies -
Table B
Liberal Studies -
Table B

Once you are formally enrolled in ProCom, run your Academic Advisement Report to see how previously completed Ryerson courses apply to your new program. Again, any courses you have taken at Ryerson that appear on the list above or are on any of the elective tables in ProCom will automatically transfer over upon your admittance to the program. 


You may apply for Course Substitutions/ Directives for any courses listed as "Non-applicable" in your  Academic Advisement Report.

Contact procomadvising@ryerson.ca or book an appointment with your Academic Advisor to discuss how the “non-applicable” courses may be used to meet your degree requirements.

Transferring from another Post-secondary Institution

If you have completed post-secondary level coursework at another accredited post-secondary institution you can apply for transfer credits once receipt of your application for admission is confirmed. 

We encourage you to apply for transfer credits as soon as you are able to, so that you can plan your course selection accordingly. Please note, not all credits granted are applicable to degree requirements. To determine which credits are applicable to your degree, you must run your Academic Advisement report on RAMSS. Credits granted will appear as CRT on your academic record.

You may apply for Course Substitutions/ Directives for any courses listed as "Non-applicable" in your  Academic Advisement Report.

Contact procomadvising@ryerson.ca or book an appointment with Romina as soon as possible to discuss how your transfer credits may be used to meet your degree requirements.

Taking a course at another Post-secondary Institution:

If you are considering taking a course at another post-secondary institution for credit at Ryerson, you must first apply using a Letter of Permission (LOP) application form. A Letter of Permission (LOP) grants you permission to enrol in a course at another accredited post-secondary institution and confirms credit will be applied toward your program.

Detailed information on the application process is available on the Curriculum Advising website.