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What is Co-op?
Short for "cooperative education" or "cooperative learning," co-op is the combination of traditional classroom learning with practical, usually paid, work experience. Students enrolling in a co-op program traditionally alternate semesters of full-time study with full-time work over the course of their undergraduate degree curriculum.
How ProTrack is Different
ProTrack combines the proven benefits of traditional university cooperative education with a one-of-a-kind, student-centered approach. Our unique 3-in-4 curriculum structure allows both U.S. and international engineering students to complete up to three semester-long paid work experiences related to their major and career interests while still earning a bachelor's degree in four years. With ProTrack, students graduate on-time and ahead of the curve. ProTrack provides cost-effective benefits to employers as well.