Welcome to Saint Joseph’s University’s Cooperative Education Program web site.
Some quick facts about Saint Joseph’s Co-op Program:
- Cooperative Education (Co-op) at Saint Joseph’s University unites the classroom and the workplace, allowing students to engage in real-world applications of their academic pursuits.
- Through two full-time, paid experiences (creating one year of work experience within the four-year degree), Co-op has proven to be an instrumental way for students to discover and live their professional passions.
- Co-op is available to business students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Intelligence, Family Business & Entrepreneurship, Finance, Financial Planning, International Business, Leadership, Ethics & Organizational Sustainability, Managing Human Capital, Marketing, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing, Risk Management & Insurance, Sports Marketing.
- The Food Marketing Department administers a separate Co-op Program for its students. Food Marketing or potential Food Marketing majors should consult the Food Marketing Department’s Co-op Program Director, Jerry Bradley: Mandeville 237 (610-660-1601).
Co-op web site overview:
The Co-op web site has been written and designed to be a quick source of information for students, parents and employers alike. The student and employer information pages have been arranged in question/answer format, posing and answering the most common questions about the Co-op Program. The mission statement page conveys the professional and Jesuit principles that guide Co-op’s work; the contact and direction pages provide information that is useful for those who seek to contact or to visit the Co-op office.
Thank you for visiting the Co-op web site. We welcome your phone call, email or personal visit if you have any questions that are not addressed here.