INF3902H Cooperative Education Placement II

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Cooperative Education Placement II is worth .5 FTE and unfolds in the summer following a student's first year in the program. It comprises the student’s 4 month work placement in their field of interest/concentration, and the completion of a number of deliverable throughout that placement.

Workplace-integrated-learning is the umbrella term used to describe educational experiences that combine periods of in-class study with actual workplace experiences. Examples of workplace-integrated learning include internships, practicums, and co-operative education.

As the name suggests, co-operative education describes the three way partnership that is established through negotiation, contractual agreements, and ongoing communication between the student, the employer and the university.

Student must have completed two required courses in their concentration and must have successfully completed INF3900H: Professional Preparation: Understanding the triad of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) in today's workplace
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