Business Administration students have the opportunity to enrol in Co-op Education
Co-op Education is a process of education that formally integrates students' academic study with periods of related work experience with an employer.
A co-op work term is four-months in duration that aligns with the regular semester schedule and allows students to access experiential learning in their field of study by offering a practical application of academic studies.
Co-op work terms are paid positions with associated cost and reporting requirements to the College. Benefits include maintenance of full-time student status as well as access to employment and experience unavailable outside of the Co-op Program.
Co-op positions can be anywhere globally! Students applying for positions with Visa considerations are connected with Selkirk International.
For more information, please contact the Co-op Education team...