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AGENDA
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Welcome to TRSITM
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Program Information
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Ashisha Persaud, RCS President
Ahmed Abdul & Julian D’Angelo, RCS – BTM Board of Directors
Careers & Employer Partnerships
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Saphi Subendran, VP Student Life and Events
Ryerson Commerce Society (RCS)
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Sarah Fadl, WITM President
Majid Arshad, VP of Corporate Relations
Oleanne D’Souza, VP of Academic Affairs
Ryerson Student Union (RSU)
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Saurav Kaushal, ITMSA President
Women in ITM (WITM)
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Madelyn Steed, Learning Strategist
ITM Student Association (ITMSA)
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Marg Paglieri, Administration & Student Affairs Manager
Ray Moss, Co-op Faculty Advisor
Dhayaan Iynkaran, VP of Marketing & Pabi Ambikainathan, VP of Corporate Relations
Ryerson University Co-op Students’ Association (RUCSA)
Student Services
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Dr. Steven Murphy, Dean, TRSM
Dr. Ozgur Turetken, Interim Director
Dr. Farid Shirazi, Associate Director
Dan Kennedy, Career Consultant
Tri-mentoring Program
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Joana Londono, Tri-Mentoring Program Facilitator
Welcome to Business Technology
Management (BTM)
• Dr. Steven Murphy
Dean, Ted Rogers School
of Management
Raise your hand if you are from:
Outside of North America
Outside of Canada
Outside of Ontario
Outside of the GTA
Outside of the downtown core
Raise your hand if….
You are coming to Ryerson after working for
some time
You are coming to Ryerson from another
college or university
You are coming to Ryerson directly from
High School
Raise your hand if….
You are a new student at RU this year
You are a returning student to RU this year
You are staff or faculty member in the Ted
Rogers School of Management or anywhere
at Ryerson
CONGRATULATIONS
YOU ARE NOW OFFICIALLY
@ryerson.ca
[email protected]
Welcome to Business Technology
Management (BTM)
• Dr. Ozgur Turetken
Interim Director
• Dr. Farid Shirazi
Associate Director
You Made It Here…
Will You Stay Here?
• Admissions to BComm
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Programs are Competitive
Good News! You Made It
In!
Better News! Our grads get
good jobs!
IMPORTANT News! It’s
Your Responsibility to
Manage Your Conduct &
Academic Performance to
Stay In!
The Best Student is An
Informed Student…
Things To Be Aware Of Now…
• Preparing for your career after graduation starts today!
• Getting Help
– Counseling Resources (TRSITM Main Office, Student Services—be
proactive and ahead of any issues you have)
– Professors — we really do care! You are paying to be here which
makes you a consumer with choices. Exercise those choices
carefully. Show up, participate and don’t delegate your learning to
us!
• Avoiding Problems
– Time Management
– Course Management
– Academic Misconduct (Resources: Calendar, ITM100 Lecture &
Lab, Ryerson Website, Library…)
So…Welcome Again & Good Luck!
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See you in the halls…
Or around the food court…
In a class…
Working in the labs…
Or even at an ITMSA social event!
For your first ITM class
go to the Bookstore and …
< Buy the iClicker
Buy the Textbook>
Business Driven Information Systems
3rd Canadian Edition
By Baltzan, Detlor and Welsh
Program Information
Marg Paglieri
Administration and Student Affairs Manager
First Year Curriculum
Business Technology Management
Fall 2014 Term – 5 Courses
Winter 2015 Term – 5 Courses
CMN124
GMS200
ITM100
ITM107
SSH105
ECN104
ITM207
MHR405
QMS102
+ Choice of LOWER LEVEL LIBERAL
STUDIES ELECTIVE (TABLE A)
Course verification will be available at RAMSS https://my.ryerson.ca for all students at
the end of September. Please ensure that Fall registration is accurate.
NOTE: Course Intention period to adjust pre-selection for W’15 classes,
September 22 – September 28, 2014
Class Commences Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Lower Level Liberal Studies Electives
Astronomy
Caribbean Studies
Criminal Justice
Economics
English
French
Geography
History
Interior Design
Philosophy and Music
Politics/Public Administration
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
IMPORTANT NOTE:
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Certain courses cannot be taken for Liberal Studies credit in some programs.
Please refer to the 2014-2015 Full-Time Undergraduate Calendar for more
information on Liberal Studies and Restrictions.
http://www.ryerson.ca/calendar/2014-2015/pg1340.html
For French/Spanish Liberal Studies, you may be requested to complete a
placement test. For more information on placement tests, please visit
http://www.ryerson.ca/llc/currentstudents/placement_tests.html
FALL 2014 TIMETABLE CHANGES
From August 25 – September 12, 2014
COURSE: ADDS, DROPS or TIMETABLE ADJUSTMENTS USING
RAMSS - https://my.ryerson.ca
STUDENTS ARE ACADEMICALLY AND FINANCIALLY
RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR COURSE REGISTRATIONS
*Be aware the final date to officially drop a Fall undergraduate term
class(es) in good Academic Standing is November 14, 2014.
www.ryerson.ca/calendar
RYERSON ONECARD/PHOTO ID CARD
This is Ryerson’s official photo ID card.
***Students who had applied for their OneCard in advance can pick up their
OneCard on the 7th Floor today from 2:30pm-3:00pm
Students who DID NOT apply online in advance
The week of August 25 to September 4
For hours of operations please visit:
http://www.ryerson.ca/onecard/gettingthecard/pickuptimes.html
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Bring TWO pieces of Government Issued ID
- ONE must include a photo ID (e.g. Drivers License, Passport, Citizenship, Photo OHIP Card)
– Ryerson Student Number
If you cannot pick up during orientation week, you will need to go to the OneCard office, JOR02,
to pick up starting September 5, 2014
FALL 2014 AND WINTER 2015 FEES DUE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2014
Student Financial Assistance (OSAP)
Visit the Financial Aid website for important information and instructions
regarding OSAP
http://www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/financialaid/osap/index.html
Academic Advisement Report
• The Advisement Report is a tool in RAMSS to help you keep
track of your curriculum requirements
• Running this report before and after you enroll in courses can
help you determine if those courses are applicable to your degree
requirements
• Always consult the undergraduate calendar for policies and
procedures www.ryerson.ca/calendar
• For detailed "How-To” job aids (step-by-step instructions) for the
various tools/functions that you have access to in RAMSS please
visit RAMSS Support at www.ryerson.ca/RAMSSsupport/
Partner Institution
Location
Language Requirement
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong, China
English
Jonköping International Business School
Jonköping, Sweden
English
Nanyang Technological University
Singapore
English
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia
English
Tec de Monterrey: Mazatlan Campus
Mazatlan, Mexico
English & Spanish
Universita degli Studi di Firenze
Florence, Italy
Italian
Universite Paris-Dauphine
Paris, France
French
University of South Australia (UniSA)
Adelaide, Australia
English
•Apply between 2nd - 3rd year, or 3rd - 4th year
•Require 2.5 CGPA
•Studying 1 semester in partnership University courses as credit upon return
•For more information please visit Ryerson International Website
www.ryerson.ca/ri/students or email [email protected]
Great Grades gets Rewarded!
• TRSM Scholarship
• http://tedrogersschool.ca/about/awards/
• TRSITM Awards
• http://www.ryerson.ca/itm/awards.html
• Dean’s List
• http://www.ryerson.ca/itm/current/deanslist.html
Business Technology Management
(BTM) Co-op Option
• Ray Moss,
Co-op Faculty Advisor
Business Technology Management
(BTM) Co-op Option
• Gloria Allen,
Co-op Administrator
What is Co-op Education?
High
achieving
students
Classroom
Learning
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Motivated
Hard working
Leading
Employers
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Foundational
Knowledge
Practical
Experience
Thinking of Co-op
Benefits
• Two years of “real
world” experience
• Application of
learning to real
issues
• Paid to learn model
Costs
• Hard work – need
high grades
• Hard work – need to
impress employers
• Extra work – 5 years
instead of 4
Co-op Option – Admission and Program
Management Requirement
• To be eligible to apply for the Co-op Option, students
must meet the following criteria:
– Have completed all First Year courses (i.e. Professional,
Professionally Related, and Liberal studies courses) by the end of
August of their first year, AND
– Must be enrolled in all Second Year courses, AND
– Must have a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at the end of
the First Year of the program of at least 2.80 (however, applicants
are advised to aim for a CGPA 3.0)
Note: Cannot fast track through Co-op (attending Ryerson for 5 years)
For more detailed information, please visit:
http://www.ryerson.ca/itm/current/co-opinfo.html
Ryerson University Co-op
Students’ Association (RUCSA)
Dhayaan Iynkaran, VP of Marketing &
Pabi Ambikainathan, VP of Corporate Relations
www.rucsa.ca
Events and Plans
2014-2015
Our Mission
• Through events, workshops and networking opportunities, we:
– Facilitate the professional and personal development of co-op students
– Establish and develop stronger relations with industry partners
– Develop a social community for all co-op students
• Last year, our focus was on Business Technology Management
• Expanding across Ryerson is now a priority
Events & Initiatives
Timeline
Alumni Night
Co-op Info Session
RUCSA Annual Kick-off
Sept 2014
Oct 2014
Nov 2014
Winter Social
Mentorship Training
“Employer Awareness”
Sept 2014
Nov 2014
Feb 2015
Mentoring Meet & Greet
Escape It!
Mock Interview
Service
Sept 2014
Nov 2014
Industry Gala
Sept 2014
Dress for Success
Oct 2014
Mar 2015
Speed Networking
Jan 2015
Visit us in person:
TRSM 2-168
Get Social with Us:
@student_trsm
Supporting
Your Transition
Enhancing Your
Academic Skills
Connecting You
to RU
Fostering Your
Wellness
Need Support? Have a
Visit
Student Services in TRSM 2-168
question?
Elevators
Speak with a Student Support Specialist.
• Saurav Kaushal, President
• www.itmsa.ca
• Sarah Fadl, President
• Majid Arshad,VP of Corporate Relations
• Oleanne D’Souza, VP of Academic Affairs
• www.witm.ca
Ryerson Student Union
(RSU)
Saphi Subendran, VP Student Life and Events
RYERSON COMMERCE SOCIETY
TRSM Academic Orientation
Ashisha Persaud, RCS President
Ahmed Abdul & Julian D’Angelo, RCS – BTM Board of Directors
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT
Presentation by Ahmed Abdul - Ryerson Commerce Society
Board of Directors
Director , school of BTM
CAREER PLANNING
❖Planning ahead is one of the most crucial things essential to your
success in the IT field upon graduation.
❖A successful career or a prestigious role in the ICT field is never
acquired in 1 step, it is always the accumulated result of a number of
steps that one must take to prepare for a certain role.
❖Find your niche
USE TRSM’S RESOURCES
❖Career development center- Dan Kennedy
❖Free tutoring
❖TRSM student services.
❖Utilize library and campus labs .
❖Tri-mentoring program
❖Rcs-Breakthrough program
❖The BTM success planning program (SPP) to be launched soon.
BE A LEADER
❖Get engaged in the TRSM community.
❖The Ryerson commerce society and the 30 student organizations
stand as a pool of opportunities .
❖Be part of something great
❖Join our BTM collaboration group on FB . BTM RAMS
❖Succeed
❖Thank you
email : [email protected]
It’s Your Journey,
We’ll Guide You
Along The Way
WHY WE EXIST
 To ensure you receive the support you need to meet your post
graduation goals
 To connect you with employers and opportunities
 To be your eyes and ears in the industry
 To help you build the skills you need for industry
 To provide you with specialized programs and events that will assist
you with your career goals
CAREER SERVICES
Start your academic career on the right path
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1:1 Meetings (drop-ins)
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Skills-building workshops:
• Setting career goals
• Job search, resume & cover letter preparation
• Networking etiquette
• Interview techniques
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On-Line Resources:
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Annual Career Fairs (October & January)
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Industry specific information sessions hosted by our corporate partners
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Specialized industry events on campus
 InterviewStream (practice your interviewing skills & get feedback)
 Working Abroad (An interactive website to research other countries)
Look for Jobs
Private, professional profile connects you to jobs you care about
Network
Visual resumes allow candidates to include multimedia to their
profile to demonstrate value to employers
Find Opportunities
Over 400,000 opportunities from top employers worldwide
Developed in collaboration with
• Create your free account
today.
• www.ryerson.ca/wpy
CONNECT WITH US
Careers & Employer Partnerships
TRS 2-148 - Second floor, across
from the escalators
TRSM Careers & Employer
Partnerships centre
(416) 979-5106
TRSMcareers
[email protected]
@TRSMcareers
www.ryerson.ca/trsmcareers
Tri-Mentoring Program
Presentation to BTM First Year Students
Fall 2014
By: Joana Londono
The TRI-Mentoring Program -TMP
Peer Mentoring Program:
1st year students are matched with senior students to assist with transition into
university life.
First Generation Project:
Specific events and scholarships for students whose parents did not attend
university or college anywhere in the world.
Benefits of Joining TMP:
- Student guidance
- Professional development
- Networking opportunities: make new friends!
Join online:
Join in person:
www.ryerson.ca/trimentoring
POD54 (lower library building)
Contact:
Joana Londoño, Program Facilitator
[email protected]
416-979-5000 Ext. 7988
Ted Rogers School of IT Management Office
Room TRS 2-004 (8th Floor)
Tel. #: (416) 979-5316
www.ryerson.ca/tedrogersschool/itm
* Slide presentation will be posted on the
TRSITM website

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