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Programs will be offering a mix of synchronous and asynchronous virtual courses.

Synchronous learning allows you to learn with your classmates at scheduled hours, following the approach outlined in D2L, which will allow the Professor to present lectures and slides in real time.

Asynchronous learning allows you to learn the course content at any time during a specified period of time. Students can review the lecture and slides at their own pace. Please note, students must ensure they complete assigned deliverables by the due date(s).

Chang School of Continuing Education courses offered in “distance education” mode follow the asynchronous model. 

If you are not sure if your course(s) are following the synchronous or asynchronous model, please refer to the Course Outline to confirm.

Please note, is reserved to communicate with the BTM Student Advisors regarding undergraduate degree program-related questions. If you have technical difficulties, you should contact the Ryerson Computing and Communications Services department.

Find out more about the Minimum technology requirements for participating in virtual courses. 


You can find information regarding the application process on the Undergraduate Admissions site. For program-specific information, visit the Business Technology Management (BComm) Program page.

Certificate Programs

There are currently two certificates in Information Technology Management. Visit The Chang School of Continuing Education ITM Certificates page.

How do I contact the Admissions Officer for the BTM program?

You may contact the Admissions Officer via email.

Once you receive an Offer of Admission, you may apply for transfer credits. For more information on how to apply for transfer credits, please visit the Transfer Credits website.

The Ryerson Undergraduate Calendar outlines exactly which courses you need to take each semester in order to graduate in the minimum time required to complete the degree.

Yes, you will have a chance to apply for co-operative education at the end of your first year. Co-op is an optional part of your academic program and extends your program by a year (5 years instead of 4).

In order to apply for co-op you must meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum CGPA of 2.80 in first year
  • Completion of all 10 first-year courses

Learn more about the co-op option.

Students are encouraged to review their Academic Advisement Report on RAMSS as it is a great tool for students to use to check the accuracy of their academic record and to ensure that course selections fulfill academic requirements.

No. Students can only pursue one major in this program. Students can however pair their degree with a minor(s) as prescribed in the undergraduate degree calendar.

A minor is an opportunity for a student to explore a secondary area of interest. Generally, a minor is made up of 6 courses concentrated in a specific area of undergraduate study.  Careful planning will allow you to use the courses in the minor as electives towards the undergraduate degree.  Compare the courses in the elective groups (Table I, Table II, Table A & Table B) against the courses required in the Minors listed in the Calendar. 

Contact the Program Assistants for more information.

Students are required to submit a formal Ryerson internal application to Undergraduate Admissions for consideration. Students should consult with the Service Hub to confirm internal admissions requirements for their program of interest prior to submitting their application. 

Can I use a Plan Change Form to switch programs?

No. A Plan Change form can only be used to switch between the regular program and the Co-op Option. Switching to a program outside of Business Technology Management requires an application via undergraduate admissions. An application fee will apply.

Your status as a full-time degree or part-time degree student is not dependent on your course load.  If you were admitted as full or part time, you remain as such regardless of course enrollment each semester. Changing from full time to part time or visa versa requires an application through admissions. Course load, however, may impact OSAP funding eligibility. For more information on OSAP, please visit the Student Financial Assistance website.

As a Business Technology Management undergraduate degree student, there is no limit on the number of Chang School courses that you may register (restrictions may apply if you are working towards a degree and Chang School certificate). Please be reminded, CE courses have separate fees, refund schedules and significant dates from undergraduate fees, refund schedules and significant dates.  Also, if not correctly registered, Chang School courses may not be included in the calculation of your CGPA.

Accommodations can be made if you have an exam conflict, exam overload or for a religious observance.

If you have an exam conflict (two exams at the same time), exam overload (three final exams on the same day; three consecutive exam sessions e.g. afternoon, evening, and next morning, including Chang School exams), you should contact your Professors to make them aware and request an alternate agreeable date/time for an exam. Please copy, opens in new window on the email communication.

Students may use the ‘Request a Letter’ function on their RAMSS account to request official letters from the Registrar’s Office. 

Yes, students who require academic accommodations are encouraged to contact Ryerson’s Academic Accommodations Support.

Yes, the School of Information Technology Management provides financial assistance and recognizes the academic achievement of full and part‐time undergraduate students enrolled in the Business Technology Management program. For further details and application process, please visit our Awards and Scholarship page.

To view additional scholarships and awards available to students, please visit the Toronto Metropolitan University's Awards and Scholarships page.

For information on entrance scholarships and renewal scholarships, please visit the Admissions Office - Scholarships and Awards.

Students may access and apply for various awards via AwardSpring, external link.

Name Email Phone
Sameh Al Natour (416) 979-5000
ext. 553569
Gloria (Geneitha) Allen

(416) 979-5000
ext. 557128

Tasmin Linton

(Student Inquiries)

(416) 979-5316

Viithu (Viithushaa) Logarajeshwaran

(Faculty and Staff Inquiries)

(416) 979-5316 ext. 552554

Tina (Fiorante) Marinelli

(416) 979-5000
ext. 556365

Marg (Margherita) Paglieri

(416) 979-5320

Zainab Patel

(Student Inquiries)

(416) 979-5316


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