Nord Hall, Room 312
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
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While the Case School of Engineering Co-op office is working with employers to get your résumé in their hands and lengthen the list of available opportunities, there are things you can do to ensure your co-op provides you with the best possible experience. We recommend that you get involved with the engineering community at CWRU starting with your first year on campus and continuing involvement until the time of your first co-op.
First year students
Engineering or science students who have completed 3–4 semesters are eligible to apply to the co-op program.
Upper class students
Students with special circumstances or concerns about the requirements are welcome to meet with the Engineering Co-op Director, Genine Apidone, for further consideration.
Dual-degree (formerly known as 3-2 Engineering) Program and transfer students must complete at least one semester of coursework at Case before admission to the Co-op Program. Dual-degree and transfer students are only obligated to complete one seven-month co-op assignment.
Co-op Timing Options
Two co-ops are encouraged but not required. If you opt for a second co-op, you may return to your first company or apply for a different experience. The co-op does not add or reduce the amount of necessary coursework, but rearranges the academic course load. Below are two co-op rotation examples that could accommodate your curriculum design:
Check with your academic advisor to design your curriculum to work with an option that best fits your schedule.