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COVID-19 Updates

There have been many initiatives taken by our community in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. This page contains resources that will keep you informed and up-to-date about Ted Rogers School classes and activities.

Fall 2021 / Winter 2022

This fall will be a transition from the exclusively virtual learning of the past year. We are preparing for a full return to class in the January 2022 winter term. We hope you share our optimism that the coming months will see a continued opening up of pandemic restrictions.

Below are a few questions and answers so you’ll know what to expect and what remains to be determined, as we monitor and comply with public health and Ryerson University directives.

While our commitment is to provide you with up-to-date information about the Ted Rogers School, the most comprehensive Ryerson University resource for student information related to COVID-19 may be found at the Ryerson COVID-19 Information and Update website. Please check back regularly for updates.

  • All Ted Rogers School classes will be offered remotely. You can be sure that every Ted Rogers School class that you need will be available to you online.
  • We plan to offer a very small number of sections in person. Our current list is in the table below, although it is possible that a small number of classes could be added or removed.

Undergraduate Courses

Course code
Section Course title Instructor Delivery mode
LAW 529 011 Employment and Labour Law Bartkiw, Tim On-Campus, HyFlex
LAW 68A/B 011 Ryerson Law and Business Clinic Alon-Shenker, Pnina On-Campus
LAW 725 701 Visiting Professor Law Seminar Silva, Mario On-Campus, HyFlex
LAW 122 071
Business Law Wilson, Peter On-Campus, HyFlex
LAW 122 081 Business Law Wilson, Peter On-Campus, HyFlex
LAW 321 011 The Law of Hospitality and Tourism Wilson, Peter On-Campus, HyFlex

Graduate Courses

Course code
Section Course title Instructor Delivery mode
MH 8001 011 Strategy in Home and Community Care Tiessen, James On-Campus, HyFlex
MH 8101 011 Seminar: Solving a Community Care Problem (Capstone A) Tiessen, James On-Campus, HyFlex
MG 9101 011 Management and Organization Theory Ojelanki Ngwenyama On-Campus, HyFlex
SM 8103 011 Applied Research Methods I Andre Laplume On-Campus, HyFlex
MG 9110 011 PhD Research Seminar 1 Andre Laplume On-Campus, HyFlex
MG 9111 011 PhD Research Seminar 2 Andre Laplume On-Campus, HyFlex
MG 9112 011 PhD Research Seminar 3 Andre Laplume On-Campus, HyFlex

These courses will have at least one on-campus section delivered this Fall. By default students will be enrolled in virtual courses, however those students who wish to switch into an in-person course can do so during their enrolment period in RAMSS. For additional information please visit, It is important to note that capacity of on-campus sections may be limited.

Virtual course offerings are still being developed. Courses are generally offered between 08:00 and 18:00 in the Eastern Time Zone. Students will be responsible for attending synchronous courses as scheduled. More information will be released in the coming weeks.

  • We plan to hold in-person events for first and second-year students in late August into the Fall semester. We expect these events to include a tour of the Ted Rogers School building and an introduction to student life. Watch your email in late August for more details.
  • We anticipate that all students will have an opportunity to engage with some Ted Rogers School student groups holding events on campus in the fall semester.

Some faculty, staff, and the Ted Rogers Student Society will be on campus during the fall semester. Rest assured, whether in person or remotely, we will be available to you to support your academic success, to provide academic advising, and to support you in your career.

We are planning for a full return to in-person teaching and learning in January 2022.

In the news

Our faculty members have been front-and-centre in providing the media and the public with their expertise and insights about the impact of the pandemic and informing how to respond to the disease.


Students, staff and faculty have responded to COVID-19 with inspiration, innovation and collaboration.


 Other resources

Here are links to updates on COVID-19, from Ryerson campus updates to information from every level of government.