Introduction To The ProTrack Cooperative Education Program
In short, Florida Tech's ProTrack co-op program allows students who enroll in a College of Engineering and Science degree program to integrate paid work experience (in their field) into their college experience in one of two ways:
- 3-in-4 Structure: Student completes three (3) semester-long, major-related work experiences during their four (4) years of undergraduate study.
- Custom Structure: Student designs and completes a work experience program that fits in with their specific academic and career plans.
Co-op is open to U.S. and international freshmen and transfer students. Program details, such as a complete list of our partners can be found on the Office of Career Management Services ProTrack page
When You Apply
Prospective students applying for admission to Florida Tech's College of Engineering & Science and wishing to enroll in ProTrack should indicate so by checking the appropriate box on their admission application.
After You're Admitted
Admitted students interested in learning more about the cooperative education opportunities available at Florida Tech should attend one of the co-op information sessions held during Orientation.