It is the student's responsibility to plan work terms and academic terms in relation to course availability. The University cannot guarantee all courses will be available in all terms.
Both Co-operative Education and Internship programs should start and end with an academic term. Students in Co-operative Education programs normally alternate between periods of work and study. Work periods can be four months or eight months starting in the Winter, Spring or Fall terms. Students in some programs may do three consecutive work terms with the permission of their faculty.
Internship placements are normally a minimum of eight and a maximum of sixteen consecutive months.
The principles on integrity and conduct outlined in section K. Integrity and Conduct of this Calendar apply to all students participating in a Co-operative Education or Internship work terms.