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Undergraduate Students 2016-17


The chart below shows information for undergraduate students in Years 1 to 4 irrespective of course load. Note that the Continuing Education Division is NOT included here.

  2016-17 Years 1 to 4 (Fall 2016)
Program [1]
Full-time Equivalent Students (FFTE) [2]
Number of Students [3]
% with full-time load [4]
Inter-
national Students [5]
Ryerson University 31,574.9 35,166 75.2% 1,235
Arts 3,924.8 4,457 78.6% 101
Arts and Contemporary Studies 365.9 424 75.0% 4
Criminology 480.3 515 85.0% 1
Double Major 16.7 17 94.1%  
English 368.0 410 84.9% 3
Environment & Urban Sustainability 275.0 293 87.0% 13
Geographical Analysis 208.2 246 82.9% 3
History 194.0 226 85.0% 2
International Economics 341.9 409 61.4% 38
Language and Intercultural Relations 40.2 46   3
Philosophy 114.5 124 80.6%  
Politics and Governance 388.3 419 86.4% 11
Psychology 481.9 534 81.5% 11
Public Administration (PT) 86.8 164 3.0% 1
Social Science - undeclared 92.7 104 95.2% 1
Sociology 470.3 526 83.1% 10
Ted Rogers School of Management 9,798.4 10,792 73.1% 451
Accounting and Finance 992.4 1,032 89.4% 69
Business Management 5,702.5 6,088 81.0% 206
Business Management (PT) 144.1 312   4
Business Technology Management (2-year program) 36.5 38 44.7% 5
Business Technology Management (4-year program) 1,550.6 1,678   42
Business Technology Management (PT) (2-year program) 7.5 16 56.9%  
Business Technology Management (PT) (4-year program) 133.7 204 16.2%  
Health Information Management (PT) 12.2 33    
Health Services Management (PT) 42.0 94 2.1%  
Hospitality and Tourism Management 679.2 751 88.7% 104
Retail Management 489.9 530 68.1%  
Retail Management (PT) 7.6 16 0  
Communication and Design 5,173.1 5,394 86.9% 147
Creative Industries 611.9 644 85.2% 21
Fashion 609.6 659 79.8% 20
Graphic Communication Management 617.9 665 89.8% 26
Image Arts 589.6 632 89.4% 16
Interior Design 377.2 401 76.1% 24
Journalism (4-Year Program) 542.3 529 83.4% 9
New Media 228.4 231 95.2% 7
Professional Communication 298.6 308 94.5% 10
RTA: Media Production 687.8 683 89.3% 8
Sport Media 199.1 208 98.6% 1
Performance: Acting 84.6 89 92.1%  
Performance: Dance 121.8 127 92.9%  
Performance: Technical Production 204.6 218 83.0% 5
Community Services 5,335.8 6,552 72.4% 93
Child and Youth Care (FT) 479.5 601 81.0% 6
Child and Youth Care (PT) 44.4 150 0.7%  
Disability Studies (PT) 50.9 134 1.5%  
Early Child Education 713.6 760 92.2% 28
Early Child Education (PT) 50.9 90 1.1%  
Midwifery 73.5 73 75.3%  
Midwifery (PT) 38.2 46 39.1%  
Nursing (4-year Program) 736.1 768 93.8% 15
Nursing (Cent/GB years 3 & 4) 314.9 638 98.6% 3
Nursing Post (FT) (2-Year Program) 143.1 202 33.7%  
Nursing Post (PT) (2-year Program) 183.5 303 15.5%  
Nutrition and Food 408.8 451 63.2% 13
Occupational and Public Health (2-year Program) 215.4 188 86.2% 3
Occupational and Public Health (4-year Program) 540.6 570 70.7% 10
Social Work 803.5 902 79.0% 5
Social Work (PT) 105.5 220 17.7%  
Urban and Regional Planning (2-year program) 44.9 45 91.1% 1
Urban and Regional Planning (4-year program) 388.5 411 94.9% 9
Engineering and Architectural Science 4,650.4 5,085 69.3% 326
Aerospace Engineering 462.1 520 62.1% 46
Architectural Science 457.7 494 71.7% 22
Biomedical Engineering 357.4 379 71.5% 36
Chemical Engineering 401.7 478 67.6% 41
Civil Engineering 742.1 772 68.0% 37
Computer Engineering 401.7 426 77.0% 15
Electrical Engineering 698.8 774 69.8% 38
Engineering - undeclared 68.3 129 87.6% 4
Industrial Engineering 257.9 285 66.0% 30
Mechanical Engineering 802.8 828 67.4% 57
Science 2,692.4 2,886 72.0% 117
Biology 622.7 655 70.8% 13
Biomedical Science 492.9 505 78.2% 21
Chemistry 213.9 241 56.0% 6
Computer Science 814.5 871 77.4% 36
Computer Science (PT) 32.0 40 37.5%  
Comtemporary Science - undeclared 62.8 88 73.9% 1
Financial Mathematics 135.8 138 71.7% 18
Mathematics 127.7 144 57.6% 10
Medical Physics 190.1 204 73.0% 12


Notes

  1. Programs are full-time unless otherwise stated.
  2. An FFTE (fiscal full-time equivalent) is one of the units of measure used to determine the funding received from the provincial government. FFTEs are based on students' course loads. Each student's FFTE is equivalent to a proportion of a full course load. For example, if a full course consists of 20 hours of classroom instruction each week, a student taking 10 hours of instruction will generate an FFTE of 0.5. FFTEs are calculated over three terms.
  3. These data are based on the number of students enroled as of November 1, 2016.
  4. Full-time load is defined as 80% or more of a full course load.
  5. These data are based on the number of students paying international tuition fees.