11. The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson Univesity
Courses / Programs
Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a university-based adult education provider offering certificate & degree programs in Arts; Business; Communication and Design; Community Services; Engineering, Architecture, and Science. Our flexible, accessible programming is available on campus, via distance education, and off-site for employee groups. We are a gateway for International Professionals; and offer Programs for 50+. We also offer over 70 career-related certificate programs and numerous course series. Full-time, Part-time, Evening and weekend classes are available.
Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is Canada’s foremost provider of university-based adult education. We have over 70,000 enrollments (in more than 1,100 courses). Whether your goal is to upgrade your skills for professional advancement, change your career path, or explore a new area of interest, The Chang School has a course for you.
Over 1100 full-time, part-time, distance learning, weekend, evening courses in:
- Academic and Professional Stepping Stones
- Business, Management, and Economics
- Communication and Media
- Community Health and Well-being
- Computer and Information Technology
- Distance Education
- Gateway for International Professionals
- Law and Government
- Liberal Arts
- Programs for 50+
- Science and Engineering
12. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
Courses / Programs
Western Canada's first university, the University of Manitoba is large enough to support undergraduate programs in all major disciplines. Situated in Winnipeg, Manitoba, this university is at the geographic centre of North America. University of Manitoba is the largest post-secondary institution in the province and the only one that is research-intensive, offering both medical and doctoral degrees as well as professional education.
University of Manitoba had more than 27,000 students in degree, diploma, and certificate programs, 50 at the undergraduate level. Major academic units are the Faculties of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Architecture, Arts, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Environment, Graduate Studies, Human Ecology, Law, Management, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Education and Recreation Studies, Science, and Social Work, as well as the Continuing Education Division and the Schools of Art, Dental Hygiene, Medical Rehabilitation, and Music.
RCC School of Engineering Technology and Computing (SETC) is located at RCC Toronto's North campus, located in Concord, Ontario. It is the undergraduate technology division of Yorkville University, located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and specializes in technology-related education, providing both a Degree and Diploma program in Electronics Engineering Technology. The Diploma program can be taken as a two-year, or one-year intensive program.
For more than 80 years, SETC has supplied the technology sector with highly skilled graduates. Beginning in 1927 as a training facility for the radio and communications sector, the school quickly became a leader in electronics, micro-processing and computer-based systems education.
SETC offer the support, knowledge base and training essential to prepare for today’s job market. SETC programs give students great flexibility in balancing program length, level of skills acquired, and career options.
RCC Faculty of Engineering Technology and Computing’s Engineering Technology programs are accredited by both the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) and the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).