Five new business degrees:Designed to respond to a rapidly changing world.
Honours Bachelor of Craft and Design:Studio specializations in ceramics, furniture, glass, industrial design and textiles.
New post-grad program — create music for stage, screen games and other visual media.
Continuing & Professional Studies:Prepare yourself for work you'll love.
Orientation is a fun and informative first step to your success at Sheridan. Explore Sheridan, find out more about your program and what to expect, meet your classmates and professors, learn about student support services and more. We look forward to meeting you!
At Sheridan you'll learn to apply knowledge creatively and build a successful future. But don't take our word for it – discover the Sheridan experience for yourself.
Business Administration – Marketing, 1992“Where I’ve been has helped me to expand my consciousness and become the constant creative force that I am.”
Animation, 1996“Computer animation techniques are evolving quickly in favor of artists. This can only mean more personal expression and diversity of storytelling.”
Kat Stefankiewicz, Music Theatre Performance, 2006“The high of a live show is one of my favourite feelings in the world. I’m with thousands in Jurassic Park during the playoffs and anything can happen!”
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July 20, 2016
Third-year Advanced Advertising and Marketing Communications - Management students got valuable hands-on experience creating commercials for clients Awake Chocolate and Reko Pizzelle Cookies.
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In winter 2015, a collaborative project called Food For Thought brought together students from the Bachelor of Craft and Design's five studios (ceramics, furniture, glass, industrial design, and textiles) and challenged them to conceptualize, refine, realize and present a project addressing food issues. The event was supported by lectures addressing contemporary food issues and a series of technical and experimental workshops. Cooking with Glass was one such workshop offering plenty of Food for Thought.