Sheridan College is a leading diploma and degree-granting institution in Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1967, Sheridan is home to more than 23,000 full-time students and 16,950 continuing education students from more than 110 countries over its three Ontario city campuses – Oakville, Brampton, and Mississauga. Often dubbed as the ‘Harvard of Animation’ or ‘Disney North’, Sheridan’s graduates include Academy and Emmy Award winners in the fields of animation and creative arts.
Designers who are aware of the built environment are needed in cities. Responding to that demand, this graduate certificate program lasts eight months and teaches you how to create sustainable, inclusive solutions that link and integrate urban landscapes. The only college in Canada that provides this specialized instruction, which is often given at the master's level, is Sheridan.
Program Learning Outcomes
The program's graduate has consistently shown the following abilities:
Make urban design plans for inclusive and secure communities that support environmental sustainability, social and economic stability.
To fulfill the demands of a varied audience, convey design intent to a range of stakeholders using spoken, audio, and visual language.
Evaluate qualitative and quantitative data to provide urban design ideas that improve the built environment both now and in the future.
To meet community demands, develop answers to varied social, economic, environmental, and physical problems.
Create compliance designs that enhance urban places that are guided by regional, national, and local laws governing the built environment.
By incorporating the concepts of cultural awareness, social engagement, and civic literacy into all projects, you may promote a feeling of community and belonging within the built environment.
Handle urban design projects from conception to completion within predetermined deadlines and goals to meet the needs of the customer.
Tuition: $16771 per year
Total: $16771 per year
Academics: 2.8 GPA