Mount St. Joseph University has over 30 years of experience in cooperative education. Co-op at the Mount is available to undergraduate students from all majors. Students may co-op with an employer one semester or multiple semesters, depending on employer need and student availability. Students at the Mount typically co-op part-time (parallel co-op) during the fall and spring semesters and full-time during the summer semester to ensure students can still graduate within four years. Co-op is transcripted each semester a student co-ops and students can earn up to nine credit hours for co-op during their time at the Mount.
A co-op coordinator is assigned to each student to serve as a liaison between the employer, the student, and the faculty coordinator. Each student is assigned a faculty coordinator who conducts a co-op site visit to assist in connecting classroom learning to the work experience and to facilitate an information exchange between industry and curriculum. For more information contact the Career and Experiential Education Center at 513.244.4888 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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