B.B.R.M. Co-op

The B.B.R.M. Co-op Experience 

A principal aim of the Co-op program in B.B.R.M. is to facilitate the transition of students from academic studies to a professional career by enhancing the integration of theory and practice.

The B.B.R.M. Co-op program is a five year program, including a minimum of four work terms. Students must follow the academic work schedule as outlined on the Co-operative Education website

Information about policies, fees and work term requirements can be found on the Co-op Governance website

For More Information

Please contact your Co-op Coordinator or Co-op Advisor (information below) or visit the Co-operative and Career Services website. For details about your schedule of studies, please refer to your Undergraduate Calendar

B.B.R.M. Co-op Coordinator

Hope Long
Co-op Coordinator, Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management Programs & Associate Diploma Programs
(mobile) 226-962-3261
Co-operative Education & Career Services

Food Industry Management (FIM) Co-op Advisor 

Dr. Maria Corradini 
Food Science (CRIFS) 255
519-824-4120 x 53344 

Environmental Management (EM) Co-op Advisor

Dr. John Lauzon 
Alexander Hall 219
519-824-4120 x 52459

Equine Management (EQM) Co-op Advisor 

Dr. Katrina Merkies
Animal Science and Nutrition Building, Room 249
519-824-4120 x 54707