The skills and knowledge that are developed in the Cognitive Systems program are enormously valuable in the workplace, and qualify students for employment of many sorts. Pursuing one of the university’s co-operative work programs can provide valuable experience and training in putting these skills to work.
Students who are working towards a B.A. can learn more about these opportunities by contacting Arts Co-op, or visiting their website.
Students who are working towards a B.Sc. can contact the Science Co-op Office, or browse the Science Co-op Website.
Those in the Computational Intelligence and Design stream can apply through the Computer Science Co-op Program, following their application requirements. Those in Cognition and Brain can apply in their third year through the Life Sciences Biopsychology Program of Science Co-op.