First Year Students Can Still Apply to Co-op

Posted on Wednesday, February 8th, 2023

If you are a first year student interested in transferring into co-op, it may not be too late for you to apply! 

We are currently accepting applications from first year students in the following programs: 

► Bachelor of Arts

  • Criminal Justice & Public Policy*
  • Culture and Technology Studies
  • Economics
  • Environmental Governance 
  • Food, Agriculture & Resource Economics 
  • Geography
  • History 
  • International Development Studies
  • Justice and Legal Studies* 
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Political Science

*Only available to students currently in the regular stream of the program

► Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management

  • Environmental Management
  • Equine Management
  • Food Industry Management

► Bachelor of Commerce

  • Food & Agricultural Business
  • Hospitality & Tourism Management
  • Management
  • Management Economics & Finance
  • Marketing Management
  • Government, Economics and Management
  • Real Estate
  • Sport and Event Management

► Bachelor of Computing

  • Computer Science
  • Software Engineering

► Bachelor of Engineering

  • Biological Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Engineering Systems & Computing
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Water Resources Engineering

► Bachelor of Science

  • Biological & Medical Physics 
  • Chemical Physics
  • Environmental Geomatics
  • Food Science
  • Marine & Freshwater Biology
  • Microbiology
  • Molecular Biology & Genetics
  • Nanoscience
  • Physics
  • Plant Science
  • Wildlife Biology and Conservation

► Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice

  • Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice

► Bachelor of One Health

  • One Health

Applying to Co-op

  • Students must complete the Co-op In-course Admision Application Package.  The deadline to apply is April 10, 2023, by 11:59pm. 

  • If you are changing your major/specialization, you will also need to include an approved Undergraduate Schedule of Studies Change form. 

  • Students applying should be studying full-time (unless accommodation agreements are in place with the co-op office) and have a 70% cumulative average to be considered and there must be space available in the co-op program you are applying to.

The Co-op Advantage

  • Receive a higher starting salary

  • More successful job search after graduation

  • Gain career related experience

  • Supplement your portfolio

  • Gain confidence with job searching

  • Build strong work references

  • Get your foot in the door

For more details on the application process, visit the In-course admission webpage.