Selkirk College co-op education program is comprised of one to four paid 16-week work terms relating to the students’ field of study. Co-op education fosters partnerships between students, employers, community and the institution to bring classroom learning into the workplace. By connecting students with employers, co-op education makes it possible to promote the growth and success of future graduates while bringing new and dynamic ideas to businesses.

Each co-op work term is an optional component.

Selkirk College’s co-op program serves students enrolled in the following programs:

Selkirk College’s enriched one-year Engineering (Applied Science) program provides students with a firm foundation for their degree. The common core courses in math, science, physics and engineering transfer to degree programs at University of British Columbia, UBC Okanagan, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria or the University of Alberta.

Selkirk College’s two-year General Associates of Science and General Associates of Arts degree programs help students to get started on their Bachelor’s Degrees with a well-rounded blend of arts and/or science programs. Almost every course in the School of University Arts & Sciences has transferability within the BC post-secondary system.