BUSN 193V : Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education provides practical career-related work experience through a program used nationally in colleges and universities to apply classroom knowledge and to develop job competencies. Full-time or part-time work in private and public sectors is utilized for this program. The number of credits earned depends upon the number of hours spent at the job station during the semester.
Leeward CC: To receive credit for Cooperative Education, a student must complete a minimum of 60 work hours per credit and attend Cooperative Education required seminars. Work must be supervised by an approved employer in the public or private sector of the community. For example, a student registered in three credit hours will need to work a minimum of 180 hours during the semester and attend all Cooperative Education seminars. It is a minimum course requirement that the required work hours be completed within the semester. May be repeated but cannot exceed nine (9) credits total.