CE 263 - Cooperative Education-Interior Design (Revised)
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 (180 hours per semester) in the area of Interior Design. Successful completion of the seminar, and a minimum of 180 hours of work experience in one or more semesters entitles a student to receive four credit hours. Working an additional 180 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 3-108E, will assist in obtaining jobs. Present job may qualify. Appropriate work experience must be approved by the Interior Design Coordinator/Instructor. Open to all Interior Design majors who have completed 24 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA. Exceptions by permission of the instructor. 4 Credits.
Prerequisite: IDE 201