Interactive Arts and Technology Graduate Co-operative Education Program
On an optional basis and with graduate program committee approval, students may participate in co-operative education by placement in a government or private research agency to gain practical experience in their thesis or dissertation area. The co-op option is separate from course work and serves as an adjunct to the thesis/dissertation process.
Co-operative education provides opportunities to gain practical research experience in external settings. Enrollment requires successful completion of at least two courses within the program, good academic standing, no deferred grades and approval of the graduate program committee.
This option is separate from course work and serves as an adjunct to the thesis/dissertation process. Students are responsible for making all external arrangements and pay the co-op enrollment fee as listed in the Graduate Fee Schedule (see Graduate Fees)