The Cooperative Education Seminar
The Cooperative Education Seminar During the Cooperative Education work term, students attend a required on-campus seminar facilitated by a Co-op faculty member. This seminar, combined with the supervised work experience, constitutes a 3-credit elective course. Cooperative Work Experience I (CED 210) is the course designated for students' first cooperative work term, and Cooperative Work Experience II (CED 220) is the course designated for students' second cooperative work term. The topics covered in the Co-op seminar further develop the student as a good employee and future professional.
Our Co-op faculty is selected because of their commitment to experiential learning and their ability to represent the college off-campus to a variety of employers in a wide range of work environments. These faculty members teach the on-campus Co-op seminar, assist students in developing realistic learning objectives, and schedule site visits with the students' on-the-job supervisors for performance reviews.
BCC Course Descriptions: