Engineering and Applied Science
Students from Memorial University's Bachelor of Engineering co-operative program can be of valuable help to employers. The program allows extensive work-related experience to develop along with academic study, so that practical skills and knowledge can be applied to a variety of engineering and managment-related tasks.
Engineering co-op students can contribute to many aspects of engineering projects and contractual work, including design, production, inspection, calculations and proposals.
Memorial's Bachelor of Engineering (Co-operative) program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council of the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE).
Program Fact Sheets
Work Term Schedule
|Year 1||Engineering One*|
|Year 2||AT 3||WT||AT 4|
|Year 3||WT||AT 5||WT|
|Year 4||AT 6||WT||AT 7|
|Year 5||WT||AT 8|
|AT = Academic Term, WT = Work Term|
* May include a work term in some cases