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Course Offerings

HSM and HIM Course Enrollment for 2018-2019

(Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019)


Please follow the steps below in order to register for courses using the RAMSS online registration system.

If you are unsure of your program requirements, please consult the Ryerson University Undergraduate Calendar from the semester/year that you were admitted.  An academic year contains three semesters, Fall, Winter, and Spring/Summer, and each academic year begins in Fall. (eg. If you were admitted in Fall 2010 you would consult the Undergraduate Calendar for 2010-2011)

Registration for Fall 2018 classes begins on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Registration for Winter 2019 classes begins on Monday, August 27, 2018.

Registration for Spring/Summer 2018 classes begins on Monday, February 25, 2019.

  1. Determine which courses you have already taken and which courses you still need to take, using the appropriate Curriculum Tracking form for your program or your Academic Advisement Report (on RAMSS)
  2. Consult the Course Offering documents below to see which courses are being offered this academic year. Keep in mind most required courses with HSM or HIM course codes are offered primarily in the Fall and/or Winter semesters only. 
  3. Login to RAMSS and register for your courses.  Click here for RAMSS help.
  4. For information for how to search for HSM and HIM program courses in RAMSS, please see the HSM/HIM Search Help document.
NOTE: Not all courses listed will apply to each student's program. All students are responsible for ensuring that the courses they are taking are part of their required HSM or HIM program curriculum.  Students can refer to the Undergraduate Calendar (for the academic year they were admitted) and their Academic Advisement Report to determine their program requirements. 
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Students in the Health Services Management and Health Information Management programs have the option of taking courses online, in the evening or on weekends. They can also mix the various modes of study.