For regulations pertaining to all Co-operative Education programs, see Work Integrated Learning.
See 1. Summary of Degree Programs for Arts programs that can be completed with Co-operative Education (Co-op).
Concurrent degrees with Werklund cannot be completed with Co-op.
Co-op programs normally take five years to complete and include 12 to 16 months of paid supervised work experience. Students who complete the requirements will graduate with a "Co-operative Education" designation on their transcript and parchment.
Students interested in pursuing Co-op should discuss their plans and course selection with the Co-op Co-ordinator or Advisor in the Arts Students’ Centre as early in their programs as possible.
It is the student’s responsibility to find work placements. Work placements are not guaranteed. The role of the Co-op Co-ordinator and Advisor is to assist students in finding work placements, including help with developing job-searching, interviewing, and resume-building skills.