Students at Saint Joseph’s University know that the classroom can only take them so far when it comes to preparing for the workplace. Through internships, work study, and cooperative education, Hawks from all majors find ways to apply their studies in a professional setting before they graduate.
The co-op program at SJU unites the classroom and the workplace by giving students two full-time, paid work opportunities, creating one full year of job experience while they are still in college. By participating in co-op, students are exposed to job opportunities that are educationally enriching and professionally meaningful.
The Cooperative Education Program is operated within the Haub School of Business and is open to students majoring in the following:
|Accounting||Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability|
|Business Administration||Managing Human Capital|
|Family Business and Entrepreneurship||Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing|
|Finance||Risk Management and Insurance|
|Financial Planning||Sports Marketing|
Food Marketing students can also participate in co-op through partnerships in that department.
For more information about the co-op program from a student or employer perspective, please read our useful FAQ sections.