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Business Technology Management
Digital Entrepreneurship Innovation
Disaster Emergency Management
Early Childhood Studies
These courses will help you develop the expertise to make effective use of the vast amount of data available in business today.
All CQMS course fees include a $2.00 fee for materials.
CQMS 102 — Business Statistics I
English as a Second/Additional Language
In the energy management sector, for every two people retiring from the workforce, there is only one who is qualified in joining. The next leaders in the energy management sector require the knowledge and emerging skill sets vital to dealing with the technical and non-technical demand and response issues, fiscal oversight, project management, regulatory policy, and risk assessment that impacts energy generation, transport, distribution, and consumption. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/energy.
Transforming to a green economy has emerged as one of the many management challenges facing society today. Managing the conversion to renewable energy, the reduction of dependence on fossil fuels, and the development of smart grids is seen as the cornerstone of success in achieving economic, environmental, and industrial sustainability. Managing the risks and the opportunities for energy innovation is high on the public agenda in Canada and countries around the world.
CKEI 100 — Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship
CKEI 110 — Energy Conservation: Emerging Trends
CKEI 120 — Energy and the Public Policy Debate in Canada
CKEI 130 — An Introduction to Smart Grid
CKEI 140 — Current Topics in Energy Management and Innovation
These credit and non-credit courses are designed for non-native speakers, who are still learning English and need to continue improving their English reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/esl.
English as a Second/Additional Language
If English is not your first language, and you need to develop greater fluency to advance your career, these courses are ideally suited to you. Ranging from general to specialized, from intermediate to advanced, they give you the opportunity to develop your reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in English.
For placement assessment, complete the online placement test. For more information, applicants can attend an Open House session or contact Marju Toomsalu, ESL/EAL Academic Coordinator, at 416.979.5000, ext. 4196, or email@example.com.
For further information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/esl.
CLNG 112 — Language: Spoken and Written
COEN 296 — Writing for Professionals
The following fashion courses offer you an eclectic mix of choices. Ranging from sewing and retail and merchandising issues to pattern drafting and fashion drawing, they are suited to both your professional and personal learning interests. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/fashion.
Fashion Coordination and Styling
These courses are designed to prepare students for a career as fashion coordination and styling consultants.
CDFC 105 — Fashion Shows and Special Events
Finance and Financial Planning
Food and Nutrition
The Film Studies program provides a good basic grounding in the principles, contemporary theories, and techniques of the motion picture medium. Courses range from an introduction to basic filmmaking to specialized courses such as screen writing; cinematography and lighting workshops; directing screen performance; production design; and sound design. It is an excellent starting point for people who want to pursue a career in the film industry or satisfy their curiosity about film and film production.
Equipment/Facilities Use: Please note that equipment and facilities use outside of class time will not be provided.
For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/film.
Business of Film
CDMP 150 — Negotiating Deals in Hollywood
Health Services Management
Graphic Communications is one of the most vigorous and exciting industries in Canada today. The preparation of layouts, designs, files, proofs, and finished jobs in the printing industry require the use of advanced hardware, software, and technology. Knowledgeable and skilled professionals in the field are rewarded with challenging opportunities. Students may enroll directly into entry-level courses. No interview or portfolio is required. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/graphiccomm.
CGRA 116 — Estimating in the Graphic Arts
CGRA 230 — Selling in the Graphic Arts
Magazine and Web Publishing
If you are already active in the hospitality and tourism industry, the courses listed offer an ideal opportunity to upgrade your skills. If you are planning to pursue a career in hotel, resort, or restaurant management, they provide an excellent base for your professional development.
Hospitality and Tourism
CHTI 746 — Destination Management Systems
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management
Magazine and Web Publishing courses are designed for individuals who are planning a career in the web publishing or magazine industry, working at a magazine or website and looking to sharpen the skills they use in the job and/or broaden their knowledge of the other disciplines within their company, or thinking of starting up their own magazine or website. For more information, including instructor biographies, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/magazine.
Magazine and Web Publishing
CDJN 121 — Magazine Packaging
CDJN 206 — Creating Website Editorial
Occupational Health and Safety
Philosophy and Music
The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, in co-operation with the Ryerson School of Nursing, has been highly responsive to the needs identified by nurses for high-quality, accessible, degree-level educational opportunities. Credit courses are offered in three categories:
(a) degree-credit professional courses selected from the BScN program,
(b) prerequisite and professionally related elective arts courses, and
(c) specialized credit electives in the Certificate in Advanced Nursing Leadership and Management.
Nursing website: more information and resources are available online, including room numbers, regional access centre locations, course outlines, information on the 19- and 30-month part-time degree in Nursing, and the Nursing Academic Planner.
Please note that all nursing courses involve computer use. Students require access to a computer with Microsoft Windows (Windows 2003 minimum) and Internet Explorer.
CNUC 832 — Community Nursing
CNUR 600 — Epidemiology: Major Health Problems
CNUR 805 — The Evolution of Theoretical Knowledge
CNUR 810 — Concepts in Contemporary Nursing Practice
CNUR 816 — Health Assessment
CNUR 820 — Gerontological and Geriatric Nursing
CNUR 823 — Adult Health
CNUR 830 — Current Issues and Future Perspectives
CNUR 831 — Leadership Development for Practice
CNUR 833 — Organizational Context of Practice
CNUR 850 — Research Methods
CNUR 860 — Statistics and Nursing
CVNU 317 — Health and Social Policy
CVNU 322 — Computer and Information Management in Nursing
CVNU 325 — Nursing Inform and Patient Safety
CVNU 360 — Advanced Leadership and Management
CVNU 370 — Change and Innovation
Politics and Public Administration
Program and Portfolio Management
In Philosophy, we cover both the ‘Big Questions,’ such as “What can we know?” or “How should we live?” or “Does God exist?,” as well as subject-oriented areas, such as philosophy of religion or ethics and health care. Sometimes, we deal with questions that have been discussed for thousands of years. Each generation has to answer them again, either expressly or by the implications of the choices they make and the beliefs they adopt. At other times, we deal with questions arising from the social arrangements and technologies we face right now - situations which may never have existed before. What unites these inquiries is the ‘philosophical turn;’ we learn how to uncover, evaluate, and use the most basic principles appropriate to the questions we tackle.
In Music, we offer a range of courses in the traditions, development, variety, and cultural implications of various kinds of music.
CMUS 101 — Intro to World and Early European Music
CPHL 214 — Critical Thinking I
CPHL 302 — Ethics and Health Care
CPHL 307 — Business Ethics
CPHL 509 — Bioethics
CPHL 550 — Knowledge, Truth and Belief
CPHL 606 — Philosophy of Love and Sex
CPHL 612 — Philosophy of Law
Robotics and Embedded Systems
Learn how to turn a manuscript into a book, a report, or other document. Editing, design, production, sales and marketing, new digital workflows – master all the skills involved in this complicated process through our Publishing courses and certificate program. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/publishing.
CDPB 100 — Publishing Overview: Trade
CDPB 101 — The Business of Book Publishing
CDPB 102 — Copy Editing for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 103 — Production for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 104 — Introduction to Book Design
CDPB 105 — Sales and Marketing for Book Publishers
CDPB 110 — Publicity for Book Publishers
CDPB 200 — Publishing Overview: Education
CDPB 201 — Literary Rights Management
CDPB 202 — Substantive and Stylistic Editing
CDPB 212 — Visual Skills for Publishing
CDPB 300 — Children's Classics in the 21st C
CDPB 301 — Publishing for Children
CDPB 302 — Government Reports
CDPB 304 — Scholarly and Reference Publishing
CDPB 306 — Trade Books: Fiction
CDPB 309 — Editing Books for Children and Teens
CDPB 310 — Proofreading for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 311 — Indexing for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 312 — Practical Grammar and Punctuation
CDPB 313 — Mktg Books for Children and Teens
CDPB 803 — Digital Publishing and Production
Spanning the Gaps
Writing Workshops and Seminars
These components – mobile, miniature, or standard – are utlized in different types of applications, including telecommunications, power distribution, electrical and electronic products, transport, and factory, medical, or commercial automation systems. Embedded systems are present in a wide range of manufactured products and system components. The infusion of this technology is expected to grow at a phenomenal pace and has increased the demand for professionals who are technologists with simultaneous expertise in both software and hardware. For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/robotics.
Robotics and Embedded Systems
CKRE 110 — Digital Logic and Hardware Architecture
CKRE 120 — Programming Robotics Systems
CKRE 130 — Embedded Systems Hardware Architecture and Implementation
CKRE 140 — Real-Time Embedded Systems Programming
CKRE 150 — Emerging Issues in Robotics and Embedded Systems
You can be the writer you’ve always dreamed of becoming. Let our group of talented instructors help unlock and develop your talents in short fiction, novel, poetry, or dramatic writing. Explore specialized genres. Tell your own life story. Enhance your business writing skills. For more information, including instructor biographies, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/writing.
CWWR 952 — Creative Travel Writing
Whether you’re a budding novelist or a seasoned scribe, you’ll find a wide range of fascinating and enriching opportunities to hone your skills and expand your repertoire. Study in class or online – either way, you’ll be part of a dynamic writing community.
CWWR 410 — Short Fiction Writing - Level I