So luckily for you I can tell you that I graduated from the animation program at Sheridan College. I can definitely tell you that it was an amazing experience that will grant you many networking opportunities and it is also a great wealth of information pertaining to the craft and the industry. What I can also say is that the concept of college is becoming increasingly unnecessary and I would advise you to find cheaper alternatives like online courses or straight up buying books. On the topic of networking, college only makes it easier but if you build up your skills and create a good portfolio, taking that to a convention of a meet and greet is just as good if not arguably better.
If you have no coding skills but believe that you can be of use in that profession then go ahead and get those skills? What's holding you back? I know that there's a plethora of free material that can aid you in that endeavor so just go for it! The time to rely on college is in the past. Save your money man.
I also still advise against the game developer course and it's a "jack of all trades" kind of course. Video games are a multi-faceted art form and the average person simply can't be proficient enough in all disciplines to make a game. It's very rare. I would focus on pursuing just one creative discipline and move forward from there.