The UHCL Cooperative Education Program (Co-op) is a planned learning process that
integrates classroom studies with supervised work experience. Co-op students are enrolled
in a graded course, offered for credit, which requires them to work in a paid position
related to their current field of study.
Each school within UHCL has various experiential learning options, including internships.
The Co-op program is separate from departmental internships and is available in the
School of Business (BUS) and the School of Science and Computer Engineering (CSE).
- Gain experience in their field of study
- Receive academic credit (can be elective)
- Develop professional skills while you earn money
- Build a network of industry contacts
- Enhance prospects of a permanent job
- Luisa Beck, Liaison to School of Science and Computer Engineering
- Berenice Rodriguez, Liaison to the School of Business
The Co-op Coordinator assists Co-op applicants with resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews,
job search tips, and useful tools for a Co-op job search. The Co-op Coordinator maintains contact with enrolled Co-op students and their employers/supervisors through
site visits each semester.
Individual appointments and group presentations are available.
Deadlines, Deliverables and Drop-Ins
Co-op Application Deadlines
Stage 1: Applications accepted anytime
Stage 2: Contact the Co-op Coordinator
Technical Report and Evaluations
- Fall - Dec 1
- Spring - May 1
Due to both Career Services and to your Academic Department
- BUS Technical Report or SCE Technical Report depending on your department
- Employer Job Evaluation
- Student Job Evaluation
Career Services Drop-Ins
Select a Co-op drop-in for Co-op questions.
Check the schedule or call before you come, as cancellations can occur with short