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Co-Operative Education Program in Chemical Engineering

Students who are interested in entering the co-op program should talk with one of the co-op advisors in the Chemical Engineering Department as well as to the engineering advisor in the Co-Op Office/Career Services.

The student in conjunction with the ChE co-op advisor and an employer select one of the co-op schedules which shows when the student takes classes and works.

A co-op student alternates semesters in school and at work, usually 3-4 semesters, as shown in the two approved co-op schedules. Students begin co-oping in either the spring or summer of the sophomore or second year.

Two plans for Co-Operative Education Program in Chemical Engineering is available in .pdf format below:

Approved Coop schedules

Student must talk with Dr. Goldstein in the ChE Department about a co-op option before accepting a co-op offer.