This two-year, 20-course program will give you a head start in economics, statistics, science, and English, as well as your choice of electives to round out your education. As an Associate Degree student, you can also gain practical work experience through co-operative education or an internship. Work terms are available after you’ve completed at least eight courses.

As a graduate, you can choose to continue your studies, or you could find employment in academia, in a bank, within government, business, international development, or research organizations.

Find out more by contacting Co-operative Education and Career Services.