Advantages of a Conservation Biology Co-op
Co-operative education is an opportunity for you to extend your learning beyond the classroom and get a head start on a career. It permits students to develop key skills, explore career options, and graduate with 12 months of relevant experience. The Co-op assists graduating students in achieving a competitive edge, while generating experience within the sector.
- Learn how to identify your strengths and develop skills essential for future careers.
- With three work terms, you get to try out different careers to see what you like – or dislike.
- Make money to help pay for school and gain experience at the same time.
- Learn to excel at job interviews and networking opportunities so you can hit the ground running upon graduation.
Conservation Biology Co-op is a direct-entry program with a limited number of student places. Students are required to have six Ontario 4U or 4M courses with a minimum of 80% overall final average. These courses must include ENG4U, SCH4U, SBI4U, and MHF4U or MCV4U.
Additional details about the program and admission can be found in the Conservation Biology section of Trent University's Undergraduate Academic Calendar.