The Cooperative Education Program enables students of all majors within the university to integrate academe with real world problems through alternating academically relevant work experiences with their class studies. Cooperative positions are arranged with the help of the program director and supervised by both the immediate work supervisor and a faculty coordinator from the students area of academic interest. Participation in the Cooperative Education Program expands and enhances career opportunities through experience gained with employers and often helps focus academic objectives. Students receive competitive wages and earn academic credit while involved in their field assignments. Employment periods may be either full- or part-time. Participants begin the program by completing the preparatory Cooperative Education Colloquium course, AU 293. Additional information may be obtained from the Cooperative Education Office.
All placements are academically relevant. Since the certificate program shall be tailored to the students needs and specific major course of study, information about various degrees and programs offered may be found under the appropriate department or center. For further information, contact the Cooperative Education Office in the Career Center.
|AU 293||Cooperative Education Colloquium||1|
|Plan A: Parallel Pattern (part-time)|
|AU 693||Cooperative Education (6) [to be taken over four semesters]||24|
|Plan B: Alternating Pattern (full-time)|
|AU 693||Cooperative Education (12) [to be taken over two semesters]||24|
|Total for certificate||25|
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