Our degrees attract a different type of thinker.


In an economy based on innovation and change, leading CEOs agree that creativity is the top skill you can bring to the workplace — no matter your chosen field.

That’s why top employers compete for Sheridan grads.

Our degrees combine the theory and critical thinking of a university program with hands-on, applied learning and a practical work term to get you work and life ready.

Apply early! Entrance into our degree programs can be highly competitive.

Sheridan College

1,500 CEOs choose creativity as the top skill needed for future success1

By 2020, social skills (collaboration, persuasion, teaching and emotional intelligence) will be in higher demand than narrow technical skills 2

Sheridan is one of the only schools to offer a formal Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving — a unique credential that will set you apart from the crowd. BONUS: Earn this certificate as part of your degree!*

“At Sheridan you become very aware that everyone has the capacity to be creative, whether you consider yourself creative or not … And coming up with inventive solutions to problems that affect people and communities — I think that’s creativity at its best.”

Shauna-Kay Jones

Student, Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Our Honours Bachelor’s Degree Programs

1 IBM 2010 Global CEO Study: Capitalizing on Complexity
2The Future of Jobs (Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution), World Economic Forum, 2016
3Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving

*Unique Certificate: Creativity and Creative Problem Solving

As a Sheridan degree student, you’ll have the opportunity to earn a Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving while also fulfilling the requirements for your degree.3

This credential enhances the core skills and knowledge you acquire through your degree studies, and helps set you apart in the eyes of future employers.

This certificate has been endorsed by the International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) at SUNY – Buffalo State.