Co-op is a mandatory part of the degree requirements for the College of Engineering and Applied Science, which includes the disciplines:
Who is Eligible?
Co-op is a mandatory part of the degree requirements for the following disciplines in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning:
|Architecture (BS)||Graphic Communication|
|Architecture (MArch)||Interior Design|
|Fashion Design-Design Track||Industrial Design-Design Track|
|Fashion Design-Product Development Track||Industrial Design-Trans Track|
The College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services offers mandatory co-op programs in the following disciplines:
Whether pursuing a mandatory or optional co-op program, all students must apply to the program. This application is completed during the Introduction to Co-op course. In order to be considered for acceptance, students must:
- Be a full-time student carrying a minimum of twelve (12) academic credit hours per term and be majoring in a discipline which includes cooperative education in the curriculum.
- Be able to complete the number of co-op terms for their major.
- Complete the Introduction to Cooperative Education course.
- Be willing to accept a co-op position in any geographic location within the continental United States.
- Be free of any academic deficiencies and meet the minimum GPA required by their college.