Master’s Degree Completion for Sheridan Faculty and graduates with Charles Sturt University (CSU)

Charles Sturt University

Sheridan Faculty of Business are pleased to announce that Charles Sturt University (CSU), located in New South Wales, Australia and Burlington, Ontario, has signed an articulation agreement with Sheridan College which allows graduates of the following Ontario Graduate Certificate programs with advanced standing toward a CSU fully on-line 12 course MBA, and in some cases their fully on-line M.Sc. Human Resources program, providing the Sheridan graduate has 3 years relevant work experience and meets all other CSU program entrance requirements.

  •  HR Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA or the M.Sc. HR
  •  International Business Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA or the M.Sc. HR
  •  Marketing Management Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA
  •  Financial Planning Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA
  •  Project Management Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA
  •  Business Process Management Grad Certificate graduate receives 4 courses advanced standing in the CSU MBA

Sheridan faculty and staff who complete one of these 6 Faculty of Business graduate certificates are also eligible to receive the advanced standing credits at CSU. Faculty and staff who are considering upgrading their qualifications to the Master’s level may want to consider completing one of these Graduate Certificate programs and then registering for the CSU MBA or M.Sc. Given the current Employee Access to Sheridan Courses at a Reduced Rate Policy this strategy would allow faculty and staff to complete a Sheridan Graduate Certificate at a significantly reduced rate and then only have to pay for an additional 8 Master’s level courses at CSU.

Charles Sturt University is a public university in Australia and its programs are recognized by the Commonwealth countries. At this time a current Master’s degree completed through CSU has been provisionally assessed as being equivalent to a Canadian Masters by WES. All of the CSU courses are on-line and courses are offered during the three CSU terms which start in February, July and November so it is possible to complete three courses per year.

More details ( admission requirements, tuition fees ) about the CSU programs can be found at this link.

If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity please email Jeremy Staples ( Jeremy.Staples@SheridanCollege.ca) who will assist you with answering any questions you may have about the program,  the admissions process and next steps.

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