Why Co-op Could Be for You?
Am I Eligible for Co-op?
Where Can I Do My Co-op?
How Do I Get Involved in Co-op?
The Cooperative Education Program is a professional development education program that allows students to participate in a year-round schedule that alternates professionally related work experiences with classroom coursework. Co-ops are made possible by industry partners willing to host co-op students for this valuable experience.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science offers an excellent curriculum with hands-on, service, and discovery learning opportunities. CU students have strong engineering and team skills combined with a strong work ethic. Students who participate in co-ops frequently choose to continue their employment with their co-op employer after graduating.
Co-op experiences are paid by the employer and result in academic credit (if registered for the co-op for credit program, note only 3 credits of free elective may be applied to the degree).
How Does Co-op Benefit Employers?
Co-op Key Contacts
Claire Yang 303-492-2940
Robert Davis 303-492-7314
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering
Sriram Sankaranarayanan 303-492-6580
Creative Technology & Design (CTD, formerly TAM)
Arielle Hein 303-735-4577
Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering
Kirsten Apodaca 303-492-6953
Fernando Rosario-Ortiz 303-492-7607
Jeffrey Knutsen 303-492-8322
Andrew Wingfield 303-492-9571
All Other Majors and Co-op Program Oversight
Sharon Anderson 303-492-4404