The deadline for online course adds for the Fall term is Monday, September 9, 2019 for session A* and regular session classes.

  • Course adds are available to postsecondary fulltime and part time students
  • Students are also able to add courses ahead of their normal program progression. However, students are advised to keep to the recommended program path as outlined in myAcademic Requirements.

* Session A classes run during weeks 1-7 of a regular session
** Session B classes run during weeks 9-15 of a regular session

How to add a course


Step 1: Open Course Add in myStudent Centre

Select Enrollment: Add from the Academics drop down menu

Step 2: Search for eligible classes

Click search (you will be able to find classes that meet the requirements of your program)

Step 3: Select semester

Select the semester and the course you wish to add to your timetable.

Step 4: Select class to add

Select the classes you wish to take (be sure to review the date, time and location of your class). Click the "View All" link to see additional classes. Click "Next" to confirm you wish to add the class.

Step 5: Check classes in your Shopping Cart

Check that the class was added to your shopping cart. Click proceed to step 2 of 3. Confirm your class information is correct and select finish enrolling


Add Restrictions

Students are not able to add classes in all instances. Please note the following:

  • Students cannot add a class if there is a time conflict with another class.
  • Students cannot add field placements or co-op classes (with the exception of PECED - Early Childhood Education; PECEP - Early Childhood Education (Part Time) ; PCESD - Educational Support (Full Time & Part Time) )
  • Each student is assigned an expected course load based on their current level in their program. Students are unable to exceed this course load using the online course add functionality.

Program and Course exemptions may also apply.

Program Exemptions

The following programs are exempt from class adds:

Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design
PASEM Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics and Props
PBAAA Honours Bachelor of Animation
PATAF Advanced Television and Film
PBAAI Honours Bachelor of Illustration
PBGDS Honours Bachelor of Game Design - First & Second Year
PMDAF Media Fundamentals
PPAPN Performing Arts – Preparation
PTPPA Technical Production for the Performing Arts Industry
PCVAD Visual & Creative Arts (3 Years) - First Year
PCVAT Visual & Creative Arts (2 Years) - First Year
PJRNM Journalism - New Media

Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies
PBAHS Athletic Therapy (Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences)

Faculty of Applied Science and Technology

Due to the specialized nature of FAST programs, online add, drop or swap will not be available to FAST students in their first semester. This option will be available for future terms.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
PBCWP Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing and Publishing
PTESL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL Plus)

Pilon School of Business
PBAFC Business Administration – Finance (Banking and Wealth Management): First Year
PBPRI Business Process Management
PHRMC Human Resources Management
PMKMC Marketing Management
PMKMT Marketing Management


Project Management

Course Exemptions

Enter a course number or name to see if a course is excluded from online add

Course Number Course name
CULT50341 Managing Cultural Differences 
BUSM52310 International Business Environment
MGMT56671 International Marketing Management 1
FINA55563 Financial Analysis
BUSM56204 International Trade Research
APPL51110 Computer Software Applications
HEAL58559 Occupational Health & Safety
ENGI57539 Water and Wastewater Treatment
ENGI50855 Environmental Laboratory 1
ENGI15064 Industrial Practices
HIST18653GD Art  - Social/Cultural Context
QUAL50656 Fundls & Principles Qual Assur
TELE16048 Intro to Communication Networks
INFO25436 Electronic Media 2
TECH16214 Building Materials 1
PROG10082 Object Oriented Prog 1 - JAVA
ENGI12195 Practical Circuits
ENGI19723 Mech Drafting Fundamentals
CHEM55600 Sampling and Analysis
QUAL53273 Statistical Quality Control
CSRV24143 Professional Practice Issues 2
INFO33672 Electronic Media 3
COSM11254 Fundamentals of Makeup Appl.
PMTC91003 Trade Theory
MWIM92008 Machine Technology 2
MWIM93006 Workshop Practice 3
MWIM93009 Machine Technology 3
ARCH12356 Architectural Studio 1
MATH15910 Math Applications 1
QUAL51210 Quality Planning
LIFE12913 College Success 2
LIFE15291 College Success 1
JOUR27545 Broadcast Mag Show Prep.
TECH59599 Mnfg &Process Control Concepts
HEAL27485 Health, Work and Safety
DSGN53871 Web Design 1
DESN21044 Graphic Design 1
CHEM14438 Introd. to Pharmaceutical Comp
ENGI10102 Gas Metal Arc Welding
ENGI13431 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 2
PMTC91001 Trade Calculations 1
PMTC91002 Trade Blueprint Reading 1
JOUR23314 Broadcast Magazine Production
MATH13431 Mathematics for the Trades
MATH50027 Engineering Statistics
MWIM92011 Power Transmission
MWIM93005 Electrical &Electronic Ctrls 3
ADVG39402 Advanced Creative Development
ADVG38263 Integrated Marketing Comm Mgnt
ENGI12578 Electricity 1
ENGI14998 Precision Machining 1b
HIST12797G Architectural History
PMTC91004 Trade Practice
GMCH92001 Trade Calculations
GMCH92002 Trade Blue Print Reading
GMCH92003 Trade Theory
GMCH92004 Trade Practice
GMCH92005 Computer Numerical Control
GMCH93001 Trade Calculations 3
GMCH93002 Trade Blue Print Reading
GMCH93003 Trade Theory
GMCH93004 Trade Practice
TLDI92001 Trade Calculations
TLDI92002 Trade Blueprint Reading
TLDI92003 Trade Theory
TLDI92004 Trade Practice
TLDI92005 Computer Numerical Control
TLDI93001 Trade Calculations
TLDI93002 Trade Blueprint Reading
TLDI93003 Trade Theory
TLDI93004 Trade Practice
TLDI93005 Computer Numerical Control
MWIM91002 Drawings and Schematics 1
MWIM91005 Electrical & Electronic Cntrls
MWIM92002 Drawing and Schematics 2
MWIM92005 Electrical & Electronic Ctrls
APPL50229 Interactive Coding 1
TECH50199 Plant Layout
INFO10111 Systems Loss Prevention Method
MWIM91009 Workshop Technology 1
MWIM91010 Rigging and Hoisting
CSRV20691 Professional Practice Issues 1
MEDA53431 Audio Video
JOUR20000 Broadcast Beats
APPL57198 Web Application Development
COMM20918 Convergent Media Writing
MWIM91006 Welding and Fabrication 1
COMM15586 Workplace Preparation
INFO40065 Electronic Media 4
ANIM45436 Senior Animation Project
FLPL20493 Professional Practice 1: GER
ENGI14310 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 1
JOUR10036 Multi Platform Reporting
CULT10001G Impact of Culture on Workplace
INFO20408 Digital Media Principles 1
FLPL24310 Professional Practice 2: IRS
FLPL28823 Professional Practice 1: IRS
ANIM47028 Capstone Anim Proj & Bus Pract
FLPL29014 Professional Practice 2 GER
MATH10025 Mathematics for Computing
MATH14998 Computer Mathematics 1
TECH53315 Manufacturing Processes
TECH54718 Operations Management
MATH19402 Fundamentals of Tech Math
QUAL54251 Int'l Standards for Quality
MACH17370 Intro to Industrial Trades
ARCH17991 Architectural Detailing Reside
MACH16367 Intro to Construction Trades
ENGI10025 Exploring Engineering Tech
CADD20229 Comp. Assis Des for 3D Models
ANIM30123 Animation Production
DESN29207 Graphic Design 2
FLPL30065 Professional Practice Issues 3
NURS25142 Nursing Clinical 4
GMCH93005 Computer Numerical Control
MWIM91008 Machine Technology 1
TECH10065 Residential Prints & Standards
ADVG34178 Media Management
JOUR18081 News Editing/Shooting/Audio
ANIM30102 Storyboard Adv Story Structure
ADVG37028 Advertising Campaign Mgmt
MWIM93007 Welding and Fabrication 3
ENGI11044 Precision Machining 1a
ANIM36529 Anim: Classical & Stop Motion
ANIM30261 Storyboarding: Proj Dev
TECH19599 Exploring I.T.
JOUR14049 Production for Broadcast News
ANIM30146 Layout and Production
ENGI10146 Engineering Graphics
MWIM91007 Workshop Practice 1
COMM17028 Broadcast/Social Media Writing
JOUR10261 Editing/Shooting/Photography
ADVG25892 Advertising Campaign Develop
PROG10004 Programming Principles
ENGI19599 Electrical Trade Safety 1
MGMT53567 Project Management 1
FLPL13796 Professional Practice Issues 1
ENGI16367 Welding Trade Safety
SYST18713 Intro to UNIX Operating System
COSM13314 Hair Styling for Cosmetics
ENGI54635 Metrology
MATH18634 Mathematics for Plumbers
TSKL15586 Plumbing Theory 2
TSKL17545 Plumbing Practice 2
ENGI18823 Codes,Standards & Regulations
MKTG36678 Marketing Management 2
CHEM10371 Lab Techniques
ELCC91002 Prints 1
FLPL20065 Professional Practice 2: SSW
MATH10002 Mathematics for Computing -Lab
ENGI19014 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
ELCM93003 Electrical Theory 3
PROG12974 Introduction to Programming(C)
APPL19402 Computer Applications
APPL19014 Spreadsheet Power User MSExcel
SYST16529 Business Software Systems
ENGI16434 Electronic Fabrication
ELCC91004 Installation Methods 1
QUAL50172 Lean and Six Sigma
DESN14998 Intro to Figurative Sculpture
ENGI19207 Precision Machining 2
DSGN54178 Technology Design Studio 1
PROG18379 VB .net Programming
APPL10302 Web Design
ENGI10408 Tool Making
ENGI17900 Industrial Electronic Devices1
ENGI19798 Blueprint Reading for Welders
INFO16029 Problem Solv/Programming Logic
FLPL39599 Field Practicum 3
TSKL18823 Plumbing Practice & Theory 2
TSKL13431 Plumbing Theory & Practice 1A
INFO56206 Interaction Design & User Exp
ENGI14579 Welding and Cutting Processes
ENGI17545 Structural Fillet Welding
FLPL17721 Field Practicum 1
TSKL18263 Blue Print Reading & Trade Doc
PROG54310 Computer Graphics and Animat'n
MWIM92006 Welding & Fabrication 2
MWIM92007 Workshop Practice 2
HUMN16693G Human Relations
ELCM93005 Instrumentation 3
ANIM30408 Layout and Art Direction
MATH13406 Applied Mathematics
ELCC91003 Electrical Theory 1
HEAL16529 Inter. Comm. Pharm Disp
ENGI16048 Plumbing Trade Safety
QUAL55143 Quality Management
JOUR20172 Television News Production
JOUR27198 Interact & Long Format Stories
NURS24717 Nursing Clinical 3
HEAL53797 Health,Work,Safety and Society
ENGI10009 Advanced Tool Making
CNCM17545 Cutter Paths and 3D Models
MGMT57506 Environmental Regulations
ELEY10146 Residential Installations
PROG56693 Tools and Data-Drive Design
PROG50102 Game Engine Fundamentals
MATH26507 Discrete Math
ENGI53788 Site Assessment & Remediation
ENGI15592 Applied Electricity
APPL10016 Productivity Software MS Word
SYST10082 Operating Systems Fundamentals
ENGI11632 Commercial Installations
JOUR24579 Daily News Lab Show Prep
TELE10025 Network Foundations
MATH10001 Mathematics for Computing
FLPL26206 Field Practicum 2
FLPL25288 Professional Practice 1: SSW
FLPL48634 Field Practicum 4
MATH13314 Intro Mathematics for Chemical
TECH55143 Project Management in Manufact
ELCC91005 Instrumentation 1
ELCM93006 Canadian Electrical Code 3
ELCM93009 Electronics 3
SYST10049 Web Development
SYST19866 Operating Systems Technologies
ELCC91009 Electronics 1
ELCM93002 Prints & Standards
ELCM93004 Practical Applications
HEAL11651 Intro Community/Pharm Dispens
COMM16165 Tech. Reports & Presentations
BUSM14998G Entrepreneurism-Concepts
CADD15298 Architectural Drafting 1 - CAD
FINA30261 International Field Study
HEAL20036 Health Assessment
NURS27721 Nursing Clinical 2
CHEM16682 Applied Chemistry 1
ENGI18634 Manufacturing Trade Safety
HIST56529 History and Theory of Games
MATH18584 Computer Math Fundamentals
MATH13199 Mathematics for Welders
MATH17688 Mathematics 1
MATH22981 Differential Calculus
PROG35142 Server
PROG39599 Advanced Java Frameworks
PROG50016 Game Architecture
SCIE16007 Environmental Science
SYST10049 Web Development



Additional Courses

All full-time, postsecondary students may take courses in the day or evening in addition to their regular curriculum at Sheridan providing they meet course prerequisites and satisfy any co-requisites concurrently.

  • Students may take additional courses beyond their full course load, providing there is space available. Additional fees will apply. 

  • Under exceptional circumstances, students may be approved by their Associate Dean to substitute a course within the same term with a course of equal credit value, providing there is a space available and they do not exceed their full course load. The tuition fee will be waived. All other course fees will apply. Students must obtain approval for proposed course replacements or substitutions from the Associate Dean responsible for their program of study. In the case of General Education courses being replaced or substituted, approval by the Cross-College General Education Coordinator is required. Some Continuing Education courses may be exempt from this policy. 

  • Students may replace courses for which they have been granted Advanced Standing or Prior Learning Assessment with courses of equal credit value provided space is available. These substitutions must be made within the same term; credit values/courses cannot be transferred to subsequent terms. It is the student’s responsibility to request substitutions for courses where Advanced Standing or Prior Learning Assessment have been granted. Additional fees may apply.