The Physics co‑operative program is offered to all full‑time students who are enrolled in the Department and meet the academic requirements for co‑op. Students interested in applying for the Physics co‑op should refer to Institute for Co‑operative Education where a full description of the admission requirements is provided.
Academic content is very similar to that of the regular programs, with some specific recommendations for courses to improve the students’ job skills. While it is hoped that most of the positions are in the Montreal area, students must be prepared to work in other parts of Canada.
Students are supervised personally and must meet the requirements specified by the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Institute for Co‑operative Education in order to continue their studies in the co‑op format.
Liaison between the student, the employers, and the Institute for Co‑operative Education is provided by the Physics co‑op committee, which includes the student’s advisors.
Please refer to Institute for Co‑operative Education for additional information.
The Physics C.Edge option is offered through the Institute for Co‑operative Education. Like the co‑operative program, C.Edge allows students to gain practical experience through work terms related to their field of study. It is limited to one or two work terms, normally in the summer. Students interested in applying for the C.Edge option should refer to §24 where a full description is provided.
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