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Launch or Advance Your Design Career at Ryerson’s Chang School

The world of design offers practically endless opportunities for rewarding creative careers. If you want to launch or advance your design career, look no further than the hands-on, professionally relevant courses and programs at Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education.

At The Chang School, you can explore opportunities ranging from Advanced Make-Up Artistry and Special Effects and Design for Arts and Entertainment to Digital Art Production and Photography Studies.

Many of our courses and certificates can be completed entirely online, so you can work around your busy schedule and work obligations. You can enrol in individual online or on-campus courses – many of which are degree-credit – to achieve your professional development goals, pursue a career-related certificate or course series, or explore your creative passion.

Want to chat about your options?

Join us at The Chang School’s Spring/Summer 2018 Open House on Thursday, March 22, from 4:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m., to chat with program representatives and learn more about our courses and programs.

Ready to enrol?

Class sizes are limited, so early enrolment is encouraged. For specific course or program information, visit our website.


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The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education
Ryerson University
350 Victoria Street
Toronto, ON  M5B 2K3
ce@ryerson.ca

Twitter: @ChangSchool
Facebook: /ChangSchool
YouTube: /ChangSchool
LinkedIn: /Company/ChangSchool

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