UMass Lowell's Professional Cooperative Education program provides undergraduate students with the chance to systematically integrate their classroom studies with professional work experiences.
The co-op program is a selective, voluntary program for sophomore, junior and senior students in good academic standing. A partnership with the university and employers, students in the Manning School of Business and selected majors in the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences participate in three to six-month paid experiences. Visit the Career Services & Cooperative Education Center
to learn more about co-op opportunities.
Quick Facts About Co-ops
Average earnings for our six-month co-ops
Employers have hired our undergraduate co-op students
Co-op work experiences since 2010
Co-op & Internship Experiences
In the Criminal Justice program, every single professor is very, very qualified, and the personal relationships with them have been amazing.
A summer co-op inspired Benjamin Gacek to pick up a second major and pursue a career in forensic accounting.