Cooperative Education

Co-op: How you can gain hands on experience and receive college credit

WHAT IS COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (CO-OP)
 
Cooperative Education is an academic class commonly called 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 Co-op like any other class required in their degree. Co-op 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 Co-op 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 Co-op website:  Cooperative Education