The Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP) is a robust, hybrid educational and industry experience for university engineering students, 包括和记棋牌娱乐.
By participating in the co-op, students in our various engineering majors are guided through their coursework, participate in seminars and engage in two six-month internships with our business partners. The program instills in students a deep understanding of the theoretical and technical aspects of engineering. It also gives them exposure to different engineering disciplines, diverse professional workplace experiences, state-of-the-art technology.
Students in the following programs may apply: 机械工程 - (Klamath Falls campus only), 机械工程 Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, 测绘学, 土木工程, 电气工程, Software Engineering Technology, Embedded Systems Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology.
- Two six-month internships
- Opportunity to experience the real work environments, tryout different sectors of industries, 管理风格, 等.
- Learn early in your career what an engineer really is like
- Learn from experience your academic and personal strengths and weaknesses
- Make more informed course selections upon return to the university
- Have motivation or reasons to apply yourself
- Finance all or a major part of your education
- Develop the ability to understand and grasp course content upon return to the university
- Develop maturity and confidence
- Become highly marketable after graduating
- Make contacts in industry that last a lifetime
第一年: Students begin lower-division coursework
第二年: Students complete lower-division coursework and, 在年底, apply and interview with the MECOP咨询委员会.
第三年: Accepted students attend a MECOP seminar and begin upper-division coursework. They also interview for their first internship, which they complete during the spring and summer.
第四年: Students attend another MECOP seminar and continue their coursework. They also interview for their second internship and work for a company during the summer and into the fall.
第五年: 举行了第三次讨论会, students complete their upper-division coursework and graduate with the Bachelor of Science degree for their respective programs.