Workplace Learning - How you can gain hands on experience and receive college credit
WHAT IS Work-based learning (formerly Co-op)?
Work-based learning is an academic class, formerly know as Co-op. Instead of attending “class” in a traditional classroom, students work with an employer in a position directly related to Electrical/Electronics for a semester. Students receive a grade for work-based learning like any other class required in their degree. Work-based learning is an elective in the Associates and Diploma programs and is required is some certificates.
Students must have a 2.5 GPA and be recommended by their faculty coordinator and the Workplace Learning Coordinator. Students must meet the programs eligibility requirements.
For eligibility requirements please contact the Workplace Learning Department at 704-330-4419 or stop by Harper 344 for more information.
Visit the website: Workplace Learning/Cooperative Education (Co-op)