The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) combines in class or online coursework with an approved, faculty-supervised work experience. The work experience must relate to the student's major. Students must complete a minimum of 120 hours of work and finish coursework assignments.
The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) is given on-site or online each semester: fall, winter/spring and summer.
When students meet the following prerequisites they may take COP202:
- Have finished at least 27 credits in their major,
- Have taken and passed Composition 1, and
- Have a grade point average of 2.0 or higher.
What Programs are Open to Internships?
The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) is required in the following programs of study:
|Accounting||Culinary Arts & Food Service|
|Executive Administrative Asst||Graphic Design|
|Hospitality & Tourism||Legal Administrative Asst|
|Medical Administrative Asst|
The Cooperative Education/Internship Course (COP202) is used as an open elective for these majors:
|Computer Networking||Criminal Justice|
|Computer Applications||Liberal Arts|
|Computer Programming||Food Science & Safety|
Students from these majors have also worked as interns:
|Business Administration Transfer|
Help with finding an approved internship is here if needed. Students should allow at least 8 weeks before the start of the course to receive internship help. Internship help includes creating a resume, searching for internships and receiving interview tips. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Internship Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-739-5511.