TRU Science


Co-operative education is a requirement of the degree. You will receive paid and relevant work experience, allowing you to apply theory learned in the classroom, explore interests related to the field of study and advance skills as a professional while strengthening your resumé. In the fourth year of study, students complete two mandatory co-op work terms.

Our program is designed to meet the criteria of the Engineers Canada Accreditation Board. Graduates will meet all the educational requirements for registration as a professional engineer through the Association of Engineers and Geoscientists of BC. Up to 12 months of co-op work may count towards the work experience required for professional designation.

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