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Co-op Programs

Co-operative education (co-op) programs integrate academic studies with career-related work experience in relevant companies and agencies. Co-op involves alternating periods of paid full time work in jobs related to an area of study, with periods of academic study. The alternating work and academic terms begin following second year studies. The inclusion of the work terms lengthens the program of study from four to five years.

Ryerson offers co-operative education in the following programs: 

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Faculty of Community Services (BASc)

Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science


Faculty of Science (BSc)


Ted Rogers School of Management (BComm)


1 begins Summer 2017

If the Ryerson program you're looking for is not on the list above, there may be other opportunities like internships, practicum, placements etc. available in  your program. Check with the [academic department] for more details.