Who? Any full-time, upperclass undergraduate student with 45 credits and a 2.0 or higher GPA can go on co-op.
What? Co-op involves six-month periods of employment that are related to your major or interests.
Where? Co-op can occur anywhere in the world, including your hometown.
When? Co-op usually starts in the spring or summer of your sophomore year. Co-op continues through senior year of the five-year program, alternating with classroom study. Students may accelerate their program of study by pursuing a four-year curriculum with fewer co-op periods.
Why? Because the combination of classroom study and co-op is the best possible way to develop the passion for learning, practical capability, and maturity that together lead to a lifetime of achievement.
How? Northeastern connects you with thousands of job sites and positions – or you can propose your own co-op.