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Undergraduate Students 2017-18


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.

  2017-18 Years 1 to 4 (Fall 2017)
Program [1]
Full-time Equivalent Students (FFTE) [2]
Number of Students [3]
% with full-time load [4]
Inter-
national Students [5]
Ryerson University 32,302.4 35,961 74.8% 1,588
Arts 3,944.4 4,502 77.4% 141
Arts & Contemporary Studies 343.2 410 74.1% 13
Criminology 486.5 521 85.4% 1
English 363.4 401 84.3% 6
Double Major 26.1 26 84.6%  
Environment & Urban Sustainability 279.6 308 84.1% 17
Geographic Analysis 203.8 224 81.7% 4
History 201.8 234 82.1% 2
International Economics & Finance 320.7 381 60.1% 48
Language & Intercultural Relations 78.6 86 94.2% 10
Philosophy 118.7 140 70.7%  
Politics & Governance 396.7 436 82.1% 13
Psychology 488.4 536 84.7% 12
Public Administration PT 88.2 183 1.6%  
Sociology 476.2 532 83.1% 12
Undeclared Arts 72.3 84 91.7% 3
Ted Rogers School of Management 9,957.0 11,037 72.4% 627
Accounting & Finance 1,087.0 1,189 84.9% 98
Business Mgt FT 5,797.5 6,193 81.8% 286
Business Mgt PT 121.1 264 0.4% 2
Bus Technology Mgt 4 yr FT 1,586.3 1,722 58.2% 62
Bus Technology Mgt 4 yr PT 127.8 196 17.3%  
Bus Technology Mgt 2 yr FT 43.8 49 59.2% 6
Bus Technology Mgt 2 yr PT 9.8 21 4.8%  
Health Information Mgt PT 13.4 37    
Health Services Mgt PT 41.6 94    
Hospitality & Tourism Mgt 642.3 736 66.6% 141
Retail Mgt FT 479.5 519 69.6% 31
Retail Mgt PT 6.8 17   1
Communication and Design 5,318.1 5,504 86.4% 200
Creative Industries 621.7 661 76.4% 34
Fashion 597.6 642 81.3% 25
Graphic Communications Mgt 652.4 681 92.2% 33
Image Arts 583.6 609 92.6% 21
Interior Design 374.2 404 73.3% 31
Journalism 4 Yr 526.3 510 80.8% 12
New Media 259.3 270 89.6% 15
Professional Communication 334.5 354 90.7% 13
RTA: Media Production 676.2 668 91.5% 10
Sport Media 267.9 273 95.2%  
Performance: Acting 85.3 87 97.7%  
Performance: Dance 118.1 120 96.7% 1
Performance: Production 221.0 225 86.2% 5
Community Services 5,512.7 6,639 73.6% 128
Child & Youth Care FT 521.5 619 85.1% 6
Child & Youth Care PT 47.8 133    
Disability Studies PT 56.2 135    
Early Childhood Studies FT 753.7 798 92.1% 36
Early Childhood Studies PT 47.5 79 3.8%  
Nutrition & Food 421.4 458 64.2% 15
Midwifery FT 69.9 67 70.1%  
Midwifery PT 37.2 50 44.0%  
Nursing 4 Yr 735.2 773 92.8% 31
Nursing (GBC/CC) 4 yr 320.7 640 98.9% 3
Nursing Post Diploma 2 yr FT 158.0 226 31.9%  
Nursing Post Diploma 2 yr PT 212.5 321 17.4%  
Occupational & Public Health 4 Yr 542.0 584 68.8% 18
Occupational & Public Health 2 Yr 198.5 179 84.9% 1
Social Work FT 843.4 922 82.1% 4
Social Work PT 112.7 198 19.7%  
Urban & Regional Planning 384.8 409 93.4% 13
Urban & Regional Planning 2 Yr 49.9 48 95.8% 1
Engineering and Architectural Science 4,733.8 5,243 68.3% 350
Aerospace Engineering 467.5 511 64.0% 42
Architectural Science 460.1 500 71.6% 26
Biomedical Engineering 362.1 397 71.0% 25
Chemical Engineering 403.5 497 59.8% 46
Civil Engineering 705.3 755 71.1% 46
Computer Engineering 489.4 515 78.6% 23
Electrical Engineering 688.2 760 64.7% 37
Industrial Engineering 251.7 285 69.5% 25
Mechanical Engineering 834.8 887 63.8% 70
Undeclared Engineering 71.3 136 89.0% 10
Science 2,836.5 3,036 72.1% 142
Biology 600.8 640 68.3% 12
Biomedical Sciences 548.2 573 75.6% 26
Chemistry 205.1 235 67.7% 6
Computer Science FT 861.4 888 78.7% 53
Computer Science PT 62.4 78 35.9%  
Financial Mathematics 159.7 164 72.0% 21
Mathematics 142.9 152 57.9% 12
Medical Physics 202.0 220 74.1% 10
Undeclared Science 54.1 86 75.6% 2


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.