The B.I.E.S.P. Co-op Experience
The Co-op program in Bachelor of Indigenous Science and Practice is a five-year program, including four work terms. Students must follow the academic and work schedule as outlined in the Schedule of Studies. Please refer to the Co-operative Education program policy with respect to adjusting this schedule.
To be eligible to continue in the Co-op program, you must successfully complete the CO-OP*1100 course, meet a minimum 70% cumulative average requirement after second semester, as well as meet all work term requirements. Please refer to the Co-operative Education program policy for information on criteria for advancement in the Co-op program as well as work term performance grading and work term report grading.
Please see the Co-op and Career Services website for information on Co-op Work Term Report requirements.
Credit Summary (22.00 Total Credits)
10.50 - Required Courses
7.50 - Restricted Electives
2.00 - Free Electives
2.00 - Co-op Work Terms
Co-op Students - Requesting Re-admission into Co-op
If you have been required to withdraw from the Co-op program after First Year Review and you have medical, psychological or compassionate grounds to submit a request for re-admission into the Co-operative Education program, please see the link to the Co-op and Career Services website for information on deadlines and process.
For More Information
Please contact your Co-op Coordinator or Co-op Advisor (information below) or refer to the Co-operative and Career Services website.
B.I.E.S.P. Co-op Coordinator
B.I.E.S.P. Co-op Advisor