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The John Molson Co-op advantage

The John Molson Co-op programs offer you the unique opportunity to give your career plans a head-start. As a Co-op student, you will be able to apply what you learn in class to three paid work terms. Plus your work terms will allow you to explore different types of jobs in your chosen major and, in the process, develop a better understanding of what interests and motivates you.

Our graduates continuously tell us that they are so much further ahead in their careers than other students as a result of their having been in the John Molson Co-op program. They are more focused on their career choices, they are hired more quickly after graduation and they start at higher salaries, too. 

We have Co-ops in:

 


How do I apply to the Co-op program?

How do I know what courses to register for and ensure the correct sequence?

(90 CREDIT PROGRAM)

Students are required to follow the correct sequence for their core COMM courses and their specific Major. The following points will ensure you're registered for the correct courses.

NOTE: You will receive an official Course Sequence from the John Molson Co-op Administrative Assistant by email. In the interim, to view examples of recommended course selection and sequence, click on your specific major further below.

  • You must register for any course deficiencies as identified in your letter of admission
    Example: BTM 200, MATH 208, MATH 209, ECON 201, ECON 203, ESL 202, 204, 205
  • COMM core courses must be taken in the correct sequence
    Example: You must first complete COMM 205 and COMM 210 before all other COMM courses
  • MAJOR courses must also be taken in the correct sequence

NOTE: If you are starting in a fall term, you will be able to register for both fall and winter courses. Summer courses will be only available in March of the following year.


To see examples of course sequences click on your Major below:


How do I know what courses to register for and ensure the correct sequence?

(EXTENDED 120 CREDIT PROGRAM)

Students in the Extended 120 Credit Program are required to take 30 foundation courses before registering for any COMM core courses and MAJOR courses.

NOTE: You will receive an official Course Sequence from the John Molson Co-op Administrative Assistant by email.

Example of course sequence

Recommended first and second term course sequence for first year in ANY Major in the Extended 120 Credit Program:

FALL

BTM 200

ECON 201

ENGL 210 or 212

MATH 208

ECC ELECTIVE #1

WINTER

ECON 203

MATH 209

ECC ELECTIVE #2

ECC ELECTIVE #3

ECC ELECTIVE #4

NOTE: If you start in a fall term, you will be able to register for both fall and winter courses. Summer courses will be only available in March of the following year.



Find out more about the John Molson Co-op programs

coop.jmsb@concordia.ca 
514-848-2424, ext. 4117

See our coordinates, and staff list
John Molson Co-op FAQ

For more information about the Institute for Co-operative Educationplease visit Concordia's Institute for Co-operative Education or e-mail coopinstitute@concordia.ca.

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