Students who work or desire to work either full time or part time at jobs related to their college major or career interests are eligible for Cooperative Education. Students take a career related classroom seminar (2 hours per week on campus) while working at a job (225 hours per semester) in the area of Office Technology. Successful completion of the seminar, and a minimum of 225 hours of work experience in any one semester entitles a student to receive four credit hours. Working an additional 225 hours (no seminar requirement) and meeting certain other prerequisites allows a student to earn two more credit hours for a total of six credit hours, the maximum possible on a Co-op program. (The Department Chair and the Co-op Director must approve a student's working toward the additional two credits.) The Co-op Office located in 3-108 will assist in obtaining jobs. Present job may qualify. Appropriate work experience must be approved by the Co-op Director. Must have completed 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA. Exceptions with permission from the Co-op Office.
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