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Institute for Co-operative Education

The Graduate Co-op Program is a structured internship program offered through the Institute for Co-operative Education. The program supports work-integrated learning through relevant work experiences that allow students to combine theory and practice, and to transfer knowledge and skills between work and classroom settings. It is an opportunity for students to broaden their perspective, strengthen their skills and better prepare for the job market.

When enrolled in a Graduate Co-op Program, the student must complete an internship successfully to receive a degree with a Co-op designation. Graduate students registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Faculty of Fine Arts, the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science and the John Molson School of Business are eligible to apply to their department’s Co-op Program.

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Internship Courses

When participating in an internship offered through the Institute for Co-operative Education, the Institute will enroll students in an internship course to indicate that the student is on an internship. These internship courses carry no credit value, but do indicate that the student maintains full-time status while enrolled in the course. Internships are typically 420 hours in length, over the course of one term. The courses are graded as Pass/Fail.

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Reflective Learning Courses

A core feature of work-integrated learning is integration between the work experience and academic experience. The Institute enrolls students in a Reflective Learning course while they are on their internship. The course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such is above and beyond the credit requirements for the student’s program. These courses are graded as Pass/Fail.

Courses

WILA 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Applied Sciences and Education Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Applied Sciences and Education. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILA 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Applied Sciences and Education Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Applied Sciences and Education and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILA 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Applied Sciences and Education Internship II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Applied Sciences and Education. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILA 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Applied Sciences and Education Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Applied Sciences and Eduaction and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILB 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Business and Administration Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Business and Administration. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILB 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Business and Administration Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Business and Administration and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILB 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Business and Administration II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Business and Administration. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILB 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Business and Administration Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Business and Administration and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation,  and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis. 
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILD 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Digital Arts Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Digital Arts. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement .The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILD 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Digital Arts Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Digital Arts and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILD 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Digital Arts II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Digital Arts. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILD 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Digital Arts Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Digital Arts and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILE 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Engineering and Computer Science  Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Engineering and Computer Science. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILE 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Engineering and Computer Science Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Engineering and Computer Science and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis. 
Note: This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILE 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Engineering and Computer Science II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Engineering and Computer Science. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: 
While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILE 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Engineering and Computer Science Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Engineering and Computer Science and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis. Note: This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILF 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Fine Arts Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Fine Arts. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement.  The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILF 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Fine Arts Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Fine Arts and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILF 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Fine Arts II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Fine Arts. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILF 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Fine Arts Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Fine Arts and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILM 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Social Sciences, Humanities,and Mathematics. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILM 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: 
This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILM 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics Internship II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Social Sciences, Humanities,and Mathematics. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILM 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Social Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematics and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILP 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Psychology Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Psychology. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILP 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Psychology Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Psychology and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note: 
This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILP 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Psychology Internship II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Psychology. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILP 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Psychology Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Psychology and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILS 600 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Pure Sciences Internship I (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Pure Sciences. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILS 601 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Pure Sciences Reflective Learning Activities I (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their first internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Pure Sciences and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

WILS 700 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Pure Sciences II (0 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. This course involves completing a work-integrated learning placement directly related to observing, acquiring, or implementing skills related to the student’s specific field within Pure Sciences. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the internship and identifying a relevant placement. The Institute monitors the student during the internship, and the student is formally evaluated by the Director of the Institute or designate, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note
: While this course carries no credit value, enrolment indicates that the student maintains full-time status.

WILS 701 Graduate Work-Integrated Learning – Pure Sciences Reflective Learning Activities II (3 credits)
The student is enrolled in this course during their second internship. The student develops career-relevant skills by integrating classroom learning related to the student’s specific field within Pure Sciences and a degree-relevant workplace setting. This is a forum for critically examining the workplace, relatability between the student’s academic studies and workplace, setting learning goals, reflecting on academic and professional experiences and objectives, self-evaluation, and disciplined inquiry. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.
Note:
 This course carries 3 complementary credits, and as such does not count towards fulfilling the academic credit requirements for the student’s program of study.

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