A total of 11 courses is required between 5th and 8th semesters. A minimum of one to a maximum of three courses must be taken from the Mathematics Group, a minimum of seven to a maximum of nine courses must be selected from the Computer Science Group (two of which must be CPS 506 and CPS 633), and a minimum of one to a maximum of two courses must be selected from the Engineering/Science/Business Group.
Computer Science Group
ACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting BLG 143 Biology I CHY 102 General Chemistry ECN 808 Economics of Technological Change EES 512 Electric Circuits ENT 500 New Venture Startup GEO 542 Introduction to Remote Sensing MKT 100 Marketing I PCS 224 Solid State Physics PCS 510 Fundamentals of Astrophysics
Students at Ryerson may earn a Minor outside their core program/major/option, and primarily, outside the professional category of courses in their program. A Minor is a concentration of six or more, single-term courses or the equivalent with a coherence based upon discipline, theme and/or methodology.
Students may pursue any Minor offered by Ryerson subject to:
Student's priority should be given to enrollment in, and the completion of, their program's graduation requirements. Students are cautioned that taking courses over and above basic program requirements in order to earn a Minor, may adversely affect overall academic performance and jeopardize Academic Standing. Extra courses may result in additional fees. Students on Probationary Standing, will not be authorized to take extra courses for the purposes of earning a Minor.
Students are not permitted to earn more than one Minor. Minor courses cannot be substituted.
Successful completion of the requirements for all Minors will be reflected on all Ryerson official transcripts. Students may only meet the requirements for a Minor during their Ryerson program studies. A student cannot become eligible for a Ryerson Minor after graduation from their Ryerson program. It is the student's responsibility to apply for the Minor at the time they are applying to Graduate (they are two separate procedures on RAMSS).
NOTE: Students should also be aware, that if they are eligible to
graduate from the program, regardless of whether they have completed the
requirements of the Minor they have applied for, they will still graduate
from the program.
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