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Co-operative Education

Co-operative Education is based on the principle that academic study, combined with alternating work periods, is desirable for effective professional preparation. Work periods allow students to acquire experience in the area of career interest, while the academic terms can be devoted to fundamental and theoretical studies. The practical experience is not a substitute for, but rather a complement to, academic studies.

The following programs have approved Co-operative Education options:

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Anthropology, Cognitive Science, Sociology

Sprott School of Business

Accounting, Business General, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Managing People and Organizations, Marketing, Operations Management

Faculty of Engineering and Design

Aerospace Engineering, Architectural Studies, Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering, Civil (includes Management), Communications Engineering, Computer Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Engineering Physics, Industrial Design, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering (includes Integrated Manufacturing), Software Engineering, Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering

Faculty of Public Affairs

Economics, Law (includes Concentration in Business Law, Concentration in Law, Policy, and Government), Communication Studies, Political Science (includes Concentration in Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics and Area Studies, Gender and Politics, International Relations, Political Theory and Public Affairs and Policy Analysis), Public Affairs and Policy Management (includes Communication and Information Technology Management, Development Rights, Human Rights, International Studies, Public Policy and Administration, Social Policy, and Strategic Public Opinion and Policy Analysis)

Faculty of Science

Applied Physics, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biology, Biology and Biotechnology, Biology and Physics, Biostatistics, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Chemistry, Chemistry and Physics, Computational Biochemistry, Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computer Mathematics, Computer and Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Mathematics Information Technology, Computer Science (including Software and Computing, Management and Business Systems, Software Engineering, Network Computing, Computer and Internet Security, Bioinformatics, Psychology, Law), Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Statistics, Earth Sciences, Economics and Mathematics, Economics and Statistics, Environmental Science, Mathematics with Physics, Mathematics with Specialization in Stochastics, Neuroscience, Physics and Statistics