Here’s A List Of Programs Offered To Graduate With A Bachelor of Science At Ryerson

The undergraduate programs listed below are programs available to take in order to receive your Bachelor of Science at Ryerson. If you are looking to apply at an institution for your post-secondary education, Ryerson University is a great place to start looking since it does offer a large variety of programs. This article will help you find out which science-related undergraduate program suits you best!

1. Biomedical Sciences

Starting off with Biomedical Sciences, this program is meant for students interested in how cells function. The program includes theoretical and practical knowledge in cellular and molecular sciences. Some examples of research you look into are based on medical concerns such as how cells turn cancerous, how microorganisms attack the body and how gene expression affects aging. 

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 80-89%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change.   

2. Biology

The Biology program at Ryerson offers an education in the nature of living organisms. You learn anything from bacteria and cells to plants and animals. The studies allow you to properly grasp knowledge regarding cellular structure and function, the environment and bioinformatics. Another part of the program is incorporating chemistry, computers, and management into the curriculum. Students get to study innovative science and technology.

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 75-80%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change.   

3. Chemistry

The Chemistry program’s education includes understanding matter and energy and how they interact. You study how we incorporate chemistry into our everyday lives, such as creating new and useful materials and products, protecting our environment or fighting diseases. The curriculum involves both research and application designed to improve and expand current practices and the overall quality of life. 

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 73-76%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

4. Computer Science

Studying Computer Science at Ryerson allows you to gain expertise and knowledge and expertise applicable to the hyperconnected digital world. Comp Sci students learn about programming languages, data structures and algorithms, and networks and operating systems. There are multiple areas of focus within the program. This includes software engineering, computer vision, robotics, artificial intelligence and platform-based development, human-computer interaction, computer graphics, and virtual reality.

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. It is also offered to take part-time. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 82-88%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

5. Financial Mathematics

This program offers a unique curriculum that focuses on driving economic progress through leveraging cash flow and creating wealth. Students learn about economics, financial instruments , and statistical techniques. The curriculum also includes building a foundation in modern mathematics, financial accounting, managerial finance , and computer science. Some other topics explored are investment analysis, applied linear algebra, and financial risk management

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 72%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

6. Mathematics

This program also offers a unique mathematics curriculum, preparing students for various careers. Students learn the ways in which mathematics is applied in different areas, such as the human nervous system, the evolution of animals and other life forms, and the stock market. The courses teach you how to use mathematics, a unique problem-solving tool, to identify patterns by combining logic, exacting principles and imagination.

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science. 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 70-72%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

7. Medical Physics

If you are someone interested in both medicine and physics, this program allows you to study the ways in which physics can be applied to diagnose and treat illnesses. Students get to learn and apply physics-based concepts and methodologies to procedures such as medical imaging, radiation therapy, radiation protection , and dosimetry. This program is an option for students interested in making a difference in future healthcare and medicine.

This program is either offered full-time for 4 years or for 5 years including co-op. In the end, you receive a Bachelor of Science (Honours). 

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 72-74%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

8. Undeclared Science

This program is only available for first-year studies, meaning that you can only take it in your first year at Ryerson. This program is offered for students who need more time to decide on their focused area of study. This one-year option explores topics in three different areas of science. It explores biology, chemistry , and medical physics. Students can take this time to find their academic strengths and then apply to transfer into one of the three related programs.

This program is offered full-time for first-year studies only. You do not receive a degree when completing this, but it leads you to complete a Bachelor of Science program.

In order to get in, the program asks for a grade range between 72-78%+, but it does not ask for any non-academic requirements. An important note to remember is that grade ranges are always subject to change. 

These descriptions contain information provided by Ryerson University. Keep this article bookmarked when you need the extra help in making your final decision. Choosing one field of study can be tough, but do not let that stop you from making the right choice! 

Published on August 26, 2019

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