A business degree that
sets you apart from the crowd.

At Sheridan, we take a different approach to business education — one that prepares you to excel in the rapidly changing business world.


Sheridan is known for its creative approach to business education. Our Honours Bachelor of Business Administration programs feature an innovative experiential learning model that prepares you for the workplace.


You won't get a lecture-style environment where you're asked to memorize content. Instead, you'll use collaboration, hands-on learning and experimentation to actively apply your knowledge and solve business problems that simulate the real world.

Sheridan College

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

All Sheridan BBAs include co-op work terms that give you hands-on experience with employers before you graduate

By 2020, social skills (collaboration, persuasion, teaching and emotional intelligence) will be in higher demand than narrow technical skills2

“BBA classrooms feel like a collaborative community; there's movement, group problem-solving, and the professor is there to help you through the process and expand your thinking.”

Brittany Tapper

Student, Bachelor of Business Administration

Our Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Programs

Prepare for a strong career in business, accounting or finance.

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Gain the fundamental business finance skills you need to help organizations succeed.

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Human Resources Management

Human Resources Management

Get the job-ready skills you need to build a rewarding HR career.

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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

Leverage the value of the supply chain to deliver a competitive advantage.

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Marketing Management

Get ready for an exciting career in marketing, advertising, promotion or sales.

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1IBM 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