Co-op information

As a double degree student you'll bring your studies to life through co-operative learning.

Your program includes a mandatory co-op component that lets you combine your academic terms with two paid co-op terms in positions related to your field of study: one nursing and one health information science. Co-op lets you combine your research, analysis, critical thinking and communication skills in workplace settings.

While on co-op workterms, you'll use the knowledge gained in the classroom and apply it to real world experiences in the workplace. You work with real data, and real clinical and nursing informatics projects.

See the co-op information for health information science students.

The co-op coordinator, David Hutchinson must be informed at least four months before the desired placement term.