Applying for Internship & Co-op Credit+ Program Overview
Apply for non-credited co-ops (COOP 2000)
To apply for a non-credited internship/co-op experience, including students enrolling in the COOP 2000 program, please use the link below:Apply Here
Cooperative Education (Co-op) - Three alternating semesters over a five semester period with the same company in a position that provides experience directly related to the academic major. Students in these positions are typically paid a wage.
- Position is paid and full–time (40 hours per week); full-time enrollment during school terms between work terms is highly encouraged.
- Sophomores, juniors, seniors, and students in graduate school with a declared eligible major, at least 30 completed credit hours, and a 2.50 KSU GPA are eligible to participate.
- Must have completed one semester at KSU prior to beginning an intern or co-op position.
- Must attend a cooperative education (co-op) and internship workshop (either in person or online).
- Summer semester may be utilized in the co-op rotation schedule, but is not a required semester.
- Students must submit an application through the “Apply Here” button above in order to enroll in COOP 2000.
For questions or to learn more about your particular situation, we recommend you set up an appointment with your Career & Internship Advisor by calling 470-578-6555
Apply for internship credit
In order to receive academic credit, you must meet the specific class requirements set forth by your college. Please review the specific course requirements pertaining to your major below. Review the instructions for completing the application for internship/co-op credit here.
You have until the deadline each semester (in which you plan to intern) to apply for credit. Applicants must allow for up to 10 days of processing. Please do not wait until the last minute. It is highly recommended that you apply for the credit the semester previous to the one you plan to intern. Retroactive credit will not be granted.
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