The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) integrates seminar sessions with an approved, faculty-supervised work experience directly related to the student's major program of study. Students must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work and participate in approximately 12-15 seminar sessions.
The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) is offered on-site as well as online each semester: fall, winter/spring and summer. Students may participate when they:
The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) is required in the following programs of study:
|Computer Networking||Computer Programming|
|Culinary Arts & Food Service||Digital Graphic Design|
|Executive Administrative Asst||Hotel Management|
|Legal Administrative Asst||Management|
|Marketing||Medical Administrative Asst|
|Travel, Tourism & Hospitality|
Assistance in securing an approved work placement is available if needed. Students should allow at least 4 weeks prior to the beginning of the course to take advantage of job assistance which includes creating a resume, participating in job search activities, and receiving tips on interview techniques.
For students registering for COP202, please complete the following forms:
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Matthew Qualter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (978) 739-5511.