Co-operative Education

Co-op is a great way to extend your learning experience outside of the lecture hall and gain practical, on-the-job skills that you may not learn on campus. You will grow your resume and put yourself ahead of non-co-op students when it comes time to enter the job market after graduation. All programs offered under the Department of Chemistry have a co-op option. The co-op stream is highly competetive. A minimum grade is required to be accepted into the program and must be maintained through first year to stay in the co-op stream. To graduate from the Co-op Program, a minimum of four successfully completed work terms is normally required. Find out more about each co-op program offered through the Department of Chemistry below:


Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

Biomedical Toxicology

Chemical Physics (intake has been paused for this major)

Nanoscience (intake has been paused for this major)