Co-operative (co-op) education is a great opportunity for students to apply their Computational Mathematics skills as they complete a full-time, paid work placement in a reputable company or government service (normally of 4 months duration). 

Students do not apply for the co-op option during the admission process, but transfer into co-op at the end of their first term. Access is not guaranteed, but in recent years a large fraction of Computational Mathematics Master's students have participated in the program.

Co-op impacts program progression by adding one or two terms to the program length.  

See below for more information regarding the co-op program and the opportunities it provides to Computational Mathematics students: