Choose Your Program

Sheridan’s programs are recognized for excellence in business, digital media and communications, performing arts, visual arts and design, applied computing and engineering sciences, and community services studies.

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Choose Your Program

Sheridan’s programs are recognized for excellence in business, digital media and communications, performing arts, visual arts and design, applied computing and engineering sciences, and community services studies.

Sheridan logo in white

Not sure which

program to take?

Try our online “idea generator” quiz. It will help you discover a path that reflects your unique personality, interests and skills. In 5 easy steps, discover your career preferences and find a Sheridan program that could be a great fit.

You can also book a career advising appointment and one of our experts will help you narrow down your options, identify programs that fit your interests and goals, and explore career opportunities.

Faculty of Animation,

Arts & Design

As the largest art school in Canada, Sheridan’s successful Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD) alumni are highly visible on Broadway, during Oscar season and in the art and design world. Includes programs in areas such as: Animation, Game Design, Illustration, Photography, Journalism, Music and Performing Arts, Special Effects, Makeup, Visual and Creative Arts and more.

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alumni nominated for Emmys

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alumni nominated for Oscars

Faculty of Applied Health

and Community Studies

Looking to be a citizen leader dedicated to positive change in our schools, health care system and communities? In the Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies (FAHCS), you’ll receive a unique student experience that will inspire the impact you have on our local communities – and global society. Programs include Animal and Veterinary Care, Community Safety, Practical Nursing, Community and Justice Services, Social Service Worker and more.

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programs

Faculty of Applied Science

and Technology

In the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (FAST), we provide practical, hands-on learning opportunities that can be carried from the classroom to the workforce. From computing to engineering, architectural technology to chemistry and skilled trades, as a FAST grad, you’ll have more opportunities in a rapidly changing world.

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computing research projects

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CAMDT research projects

Faculty of Humanities

and Social Sciences

In the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS), you’ll join a vibrant, interdisciplinary community that gives you a transformative educational experience. Our holistic approach to education develops your knowledge, creative thinking and confidence in programs such as Community and Literary Studies, Humanities and Creativity, and Social and Life Sciences and more.

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faculty with PHDs

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unique academic disciplines

Pilon School of Business

In the Pilon School of Business (PSB), we encourage you to approach business a little differently. Using your intelligence and creativity, our programs hone your entrepreneurial thinking skills and your capacity to responsible risk-taking. Programs in areas such as Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Office Administration and more.

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degree programs

Sheridan credentials

Ontario College Certificates

College Certificate programs can generally be completed in one year or less. Some are career-specific; others are Foundation programs. Foundation programs are a stepping-stone to further study in your field of interest. They introduce theory and practice to students who want to assess their talent, build a basic portfolio or skill set, and chart a course for further study.

Diplomas

Diplomas are two-year programs. Some are for a broad base of study, which enables graduates to pursue various career opportunities, and others are more focused as preparation for a specific field of work.

Advanced diplomas

Advanced diplomas are three-year programs. Similar to diploma programs, these programs prepare students with further specialized study. The advanced diploma offers more intense concentration on the subject matter. Graduates from these programs can choose from a variety of career opportunities within their field.

Degrees

These Honours bachelor and bachelor degree programs combine theory and critical thinking with hands-on, applied learning and practical work terms. Top employers compete for our graduates, and entrance into the programs can be highly competitive; we recommend that you apply early.

Graduate certificates

Graduate certificates are one-year programs that generally require applicants to have a postsecondary diploma or degree. In these programs, students hone their skills and earn specialized knowledge to gain a competitive edge in the job market. Many of these programs offer the opportunity to gain practical experience through a work term or practicum.

Find your pathway

The program you start in isn’t always your final destination. Wherever you are in your studies or in your career path, Sheridan has many options for you.

Book a personal career advising appointment!

Our experts can help you find what programs best suit your interests and goals.