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Graduate co-op process and requirements

The graduate level co-op program is a voluntary experiential learning option available to students who meet eligibility requirements. It supports full-time students enrolled in Computer Science, Data Science, Health Informatics, or Information Assurance and Cyber Security master’s degree programs.

There are three primary components to the CCIS graduate co-op process: preparation, job search, and work experience. For the purposes of eligibility, internships and cooperative education are treated as a co-op and not considered separate experiences.

The co-op process also includes successful completion of the Graduate Cooperative Education Seminar (CS6949), as well as clearance meetings with your co-op coordinator and abiding by all co-op policies.