Courses and Descriptions


Co-operative education is an educational strategy which integrates formal education with real life practical experience in the work force by incorporating periods of paid employment within academic terms of study. In this manner of combining theory and practical hands-on experience, a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship is established between the student, the employer, and the College extending beyond the confines of the classroom and into the professional world of business. During each co-op work term placement (400 hours minimum), students shall be employed in positions related to the Chemical and Biosciences Technology curriculum. The invaluable work experience received will inevitably enhance personal development in verbal and written communication skills, responsibility, self-confidence, independence, and the ability to relate and work well with others.

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