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A Top Cooperative Education Program

One of the highest ranked cooperative education programs in the nation is at University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

A Top Cooperative Education Program

The University of Cincinnati founded cooperative education as an educational model more than 100 years ago. Today, UC’s co-op program is ranked as one of the top in the nation and is the largest such program at any public institution in the United States. Our co-op students work all over the world. 

co-op studentsEECS has one of the strongest co-op programs in the College of Engineering & Applied Science with students gaining experiences in wide variety of fields including:

  • Micro-electronics
  • Controls Systems
  • Engineering Consulting
  • Power Systems
  • And many other fields.

Students are available on a full-time basis, year-round to fill your engineering needs. All co-op positions must be full-time, career-related, and paid. Many corporations have already discovered the benefits of employing EECS co-op students.

Top EECS Cooperative Employers:

  • AK Steel Corporation
  • Duke Energy
  • General Cable Corporation
  • General Electric Aviation
  • Harris Corporation
  • Honeywell (formerly Mercury Instruments)
  • Intelligrated Systems
  • International Technegroup Inc. (ITI)
  • L-3 Communications/Cincinnati Electronics
  • L-3 Communications/Fuzing and Ordnance Systems
  • Seapine Software, Inc.
  • Siemens Energy and Automation, Inc.
  • Siemens PLM Software
  • Texas Instruments
  • Northrop Grumman - Xetron

World-Wide Co-op Employment Placement Location Map

 co-op map

For more information about the Co-op program and how you can make it work for you, visit UC’s Professional Practice  page.

You may also email for more information about Co-op and EECS.