Cooperative Education

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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The Co-op Experience. The Department encourages it's students to participate in the University's Co-op program. The Cooperative Education program works with students and employers to help students find paid Co-op positions, that relate to their academic majors.

How does a Co-op position differ from an internship? While an internship may be paid or unpaid, a co-op position is always a paid position and students are required to enroll in an academic course for variable credit. Additionally, students must be a junior, senior or graduate student. Co-ops are high-level positions that allow students to directly apply what they have learned in their coursework.  Co-op FAQ's

For information contact the ECS Career Center

The Career Center is located in Santa Clara Hall - room 1204
(916) 278-6756