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Sheridan College

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Main Campus

1430 Trafalgar Road

Oakville, Ontario

Undergraduate Programs

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Bachelor of Film & TV
Bachelor of Photography
Bachelor of Craft and Design
Bachelor of Animation
Bachelor of Interior Design
Bachelor of Game Design
Bachelor of Interaction Design
Bachelor of Illustration
Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance
York / Sheridan Joint Program in Design
Communication, Culture, Information & Technology, Honours BA (Joint with University of Toronto Mississauga)
Theatre & Drama Studies, Honours BA (Joint with University of Toronto Mississauga)
Art & Art History, Honours BA (Joint with University of Toronto Mississauga)
Art Fundamentals
Advanced Special Effects Makeup
Advanced Television and Film
Media Fundamentals
Journalism New Media
Corporate Communication PR
Performing Arts Prep
Music Applied to Stage, Screen, and Interactive Visual Environments (MASSIVE)
Technical Production for the Performing Arts Industry
Game Level Design
Visual and Creative Art
Visual Merchandising
Interior Decorating
Web Design
Computer Animation
Special Effects
Digital Creature and Technical Direction

Notable Alumni

• Kent Monkman (Illustration 1986)
• Dean DeBlois (Classical Animation 1970, Oscar-nominated and Golden-Globe winner, writer and director of How to Train Your Dragon 1 & 2)
• Chris Williams (Classical Animation, Oscar-winner for Best Animated Feature Film for Big Hero 6)
• Graham Annable (Classical Animation 1991, Oscar and Golden Globe-nominated director of 2015 animated feature The Boxtrolls)
• Domee Shi (Bachelor of Animation 2011, Director of Bao, Pixar’s latest theatrical short)
• Chilina Kennedy (Music Theatre 2000, Broadway performer of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia!)
• Scott Campbell (Music Theatre 2007, Broadway performer of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Jersey Boys, and American Idiot)
• Zaib Shaikh (Theatre and Drama Studies 1997, consul general of Canada in Los Angeles, starred in CBC’s Little Mosque on the Prairie)
• Wendy Hallam (Media Arts 1987, Emmy winner for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series for her work on The Handmaid’s Tale)
• Maria Hupfield (Art & Art History 1999, Hnatyshyn Foundation prize-winner for outstanding achievement by a Canadian mid-career artist)
• Richie Mehta (Art and Art History 2001 & Advanced Television and Film 2002, director and producer of Siddharth, 2014 Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Screenplay)
• Jon Klassen (Bachelor of Animation 2005, first Canadian to win the American Library Association’s prestigious Caldecott Medal for This is Not My Hat, Canadian Governor General Literary Award winner for Cat’s Night Out, recently appointed to the Order of Canada)