First Year

Students admitted to the Bachelor of Interaction Design Program are required to maintain a Program Term GPA of 2.5 or a Program Core Term GPA of 2.5 in order to continue in and graduate with an Honours degree.

In the first semester students Breadth elective is chosen for them as Composition and Rhetoric Breadth ENGL17889GD. Students will need to choose subsequent semester breadth electives:
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To be successful in your studies take note of the submission deadlines and plan your work accordingly. Due to the nature of the work (requiring research, planning and iteration), you will not be successful starting your project the night before submission. On weeks that you have no deadlines, work on projects and discuss your work with your professor to ensure you are being successful. You should always bring your progress to class each week.

Fall Submission Guide

Due to COVID-19 Restrictions, the Fall Semester will start one week later.

Courses
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Design and Visual Language
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Interaction Design 1: Methods
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Introduction to Conceptual Process for Interaction Design
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History of Computational Media
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Winter Submission Guide

Courses
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READING WK
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Design and Typography
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Interaction Design: Behaviours
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Advanced Conceptual Process for Interaction Design
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Research Methods in Human Centered Design
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Students from the 2018 graduating class demonstrating their work

Always Seek Academic Advising Before Dropping Courses!

Never drop a required course without consultation and academic advising from your Academic Advisor, Mark Shufflebottom (mark.shufflebottom@­sheridancollege.ca). There may be serious academic penalties in terms of not having the required course(s) necessary to continue to the next level of study.