Co-op and Experiential Learning Options

Humanities, Computing, and Design BS

You will have a wide range of opportunities for career preparation directly related to your field of study, all of which provide hands-on experiences that turn knowledge into know-how.

Co-op Required

Co-op Options

Full-time Co-op Work Week (35 to 40 hours per week)
Part-time Co-op Work Week (10 to 15 hours per week, not to exceed 20)
Unpaid work can qualify for co-op credit.

Acceptable Substitutions for Co-op

Research: Paid research experience is allowed.
International Experience: International co-op/internship is allowed and study abroad may be allowed with department approval.

Co-op Prep Course

Co-op Prep Course not required

Typical Co-op Schedule

3-4 months ( semester or summer)

Co-op Wages for RIT Humanities, Computing, and Design BS Students





Salary data is calculated using all reported wages within the U.S. for RIT students on co-op during Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022.

Career Services Contact

Portrait of Mindy Blake.
Mindy Blake
Career Services Coordinator