Cooperative Education provides students the opportunity to supplement classroom study with on-the-job experience closely related to the student's course of study and individual interest and earn academic credit toward their degree. Co-op is a planned, paid work experience which may extend for more than one semester. Many programs are co-op eligible.
Call the number below to discuss program eligibility.
- Be currently enrolled for a minimum of six semester hours
- Complete a minimum of 12 semester hours (does not include prep classes)
- Minimum 2.5 GPA
- Attend an orientation session with a Co-op coordinator
Cooperative Education offers college credit (that will count towards a degree) for most majors offered at Pensacola State College.
Syllabus for AA, AS and AAS programs
Syllabus for Vocational Certificate programs
Faculty Visitation Report
The following two forms are typically due within the first two weeks of the student beginning his/her co-op assignment. These forms can be filled out online. Be sure to "Save As" to save completed form. Once printed/signed fax or scan the document to Co-op Office.
Cooperative Education Learning Contract
The following evaluation form and comprehensive project report are typically due within the last two weeks of the student's co-op assignment for each term worked.