JMSB Co-operative Programs
The Graduate Co-op program is a structured internship program offered through the Institute for Co-operative Education. Students registered in a master's program at the John Molson School of Business are eligible to participate in the Co-op program. Please see the section of the Graduate Calendar for the Institute for Co-operative Education general guidelines and the web site of the Institute for Co-operative Education for information regarding membership.
In addition to the general requirements for entrance into the Institute for Co-operative Education, JMSB has these additional requirements:
- Students apply to the Graduate Co-op Program in the first term of their academic program. Some programs may require the completion of a minimum number of credits prior to the work term.
- Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or better throughout their studies. Some programs may have different GPA standards or additional admission requirements.
- Students in a thesis program require approval from their Graduate Program Director.
- Students complete one work term (four months).
- Students are not permitted to complete a co-op work term in the last term of their program of study. They must return after their co-op for a minimum of one term of course work.
Currently, students within the following degree programs are eligible to apply for entry into the Institute for Co-operative Education:
Additional Program Requirements
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Students accepted into the Co-op must have completed 24 credits.
Master of Business Administration - Investment Management Option (GIIM MBA)
- Students accepted into the Co-op must be registered as full-time, have completed 19.5 credits, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and must be approved by the Director of the program.
- In special cases, students may complete a second term with the permission of the Program Director and the Institute for Co-operative Education.
- Students must return to full-time study for their last term.