Put your learning in motion
Co-operative education integrates classroom and work place learning. Students alternate academic terms on campus with relevant, paid, full time work experience.The Biochemistry and Microbiology Department Co-op program is run by Dr. Rozanne Poulson, winner of the President's Distinguished Service Award for her contributions in this field.
“Rozanne became involved in this program before there were other biochemistry co-op programs in British Columbia, and she quickly cornered the market on co-op jobs for molecular biology, biochemistry and microbiology,” says the department’s chair, Dr. Robert Burke. “Other universities saw these successes and set out to emulate them. Thus, our program is not in the top tier—it is the program at the very top, leading all others.”
To find out more about the Co-op program, please go to their website.