Cooperative Education (Co-op) (COOP)

COOP2500  CO-OP INSTITUTE  

This interactive seven (7) week, non-credit seminar provides students the tools and framework needed to develop skills to successfully search for, accept, and complete a cooperative educational experience. Topics include but are not limited to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, illegal workplace harassment. (0 credit) fall, spring.

COOP3000  PRE CO-OP WORK TERM  

Cooperative education (co-op) aims to provide practical experience while applying classroom learning at a work site; to enhance professional skills; to experience personal growth. Co-op is a full-time work experience in a position related to your major. This course may not be used in lieu of COOP3500 or COOP4500 as a graduation requirement. Prerequisite: Successful completion of freshman and sophomore program requirements; 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA summer

COOP3500  COOP EDUCATION 1  

Cooperative education (co-op) aims to provide practical experience while applying classroom learning at a work site; to enhance professional skills; to experience personal growth. Co-op is a full-time work experience in a position related to your major. Enrollment in this course maintains full-time student status. Prerequisite: Junior status; 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA

COOP4500  COOP EDUCATION 2  

Cooperative education (co-op) aims to provide practical experience while applying classroom learning at a work site; to enhance professional skills; to experience personal growth. Co-op is a full-time work experience in a position related to your major. Enrollment in this course maintains full-time student status. Prerequisite: COOP3500; Senior status; 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA

COOP4699  COOP PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  

This is an on-campus COOP experience that requires registration in 2.1 credit course unique to the on campus COOP. Student enrollment status in COOP4699 is less than full time. Prerequisite: at least Junior status; 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA

COOP5000  ADDITIONAL COOP WORK SEMESTER  

Cooperative education (co-op) aims to provide practical experience while applying classroom learning at a work site; to enhance professional skills; to experience personal growth. Co-op is a full-time work experience in a position related to your major. Enrollment in this course maintains full-time student status. Prerequisite: COOP3500 and COOP4500; permission of the Director of CO-OPS + CAREERS; 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA