Sheridan began offering animation courses in 1971 and we've been leaders in the field ever since.
Rigorous instruction in various forms of animation
Sheridan's animation program stresses the strong art and storytelling skills that underlie all animation, regardless of technique. Those skills are employed using the same software as professional productions.
Professional, hands-on instruction and creative freedom
You'll be taught by industry pros, using the same techniques and tools that you'll eventually need in the workplace. You'll also create your own scripts, characters and layouts, and produce your own films.
From story pitch to finished film
In your first two years of Sheridan's Animation program you'll study the principles of animation, learn the art of storyboarding, and hone your life-drawing, layout and painting skills. In Years 3 and 4 you'll be making films. You'll learn the entire process from start to finish — working in 2D, 3D or stop motion.
A reputation for excellence
Michael Hirsh, co-founder of Nelvana Limited and currently co-founder and chairman of The Entertainment and Media Finance Group, Inc., refers to Sheridan as the Harvard of Animation.
Our Animation degree students come from all over the world, and after graduation they go to work for Pixar, DreamWorks, Disney, DHX, Nelvana, Ubisoft, and other giants of animation and gaming.
What makes Sheridan one of the leading animation colleges in the world?
- Creative freedom. You’ll create your own scripts, characters and layouts, and produce your own films.
- Career connections. After Year 3 you’ll gain professional experience during a three-month work placement. And at our annual Industry Day, employers fly in from across North America to meet you, see your work, and conduct interviews.
Sheridan Animation courses are held in Oakville, Ontario.
Honours Baccalaureate Degree
- 4 yrs (8 semesters)
- Program code: PBAAA
Column one has the Start date, second the Locations and third the Availability Start date Locations Availability Sep 2017 Trafalgar Road Campus (Oakville) Closed