Co-operative Education is a learning process that alternates semesters of academic study with set work terms in the private and public sectors. Students gain on-the-job experience while continuing to study towards a university degree. Work terms are paid full-time opportunities that last 12 to 17 weeks.
Co-operative Education has students alternate between semesters of formal academic study and workplace terms to gain on-the-job practical experience in private industry, not-for-profit organizations or government agencies.
Admission to Co-op is based on academic performance, as well as other factors, such as extracurricular activities, communication skills, motivation, personality and drive. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the public and private sectors.
Faculty of Arts and Science (BA, BSC)
- Actuarial Mathematics
- Actuarial Mathematics/Finance
- Études françaises - Option: Traduction
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Pure and Applied Mathematics
Engineering and Computer Science
John Molson School of Business
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Management Information Systems
- Supply Chain Operations Management