Cooperative Education combines classroom-based instruction with practical work experience. Cooperative education, commonly known as "co-op", provides academic credit for structured job experience which helps college students make the school-to-work transition.
The Morris College Co-op Program is designed to offer both full-time and part-time work experience. As an integral part of the overall college experience, the co-op program allows students to take on increasing levels of responsibility and to use their job knowledge and classroom learning to make meaningful contributions to the organizations in which they work.
Any student formally enrolled in a degree-granting program at Morris College can participate in co-op. Participants must enroll in the prerequisite course COE 199 before they can take any of the other co-op program courses.