Registration, Tuition & Fees
If you are:
- a business student that entered one of the business programs in Fall 2017;
- a business student that switched from one of the old business programs into a new one;
- a business student that has received advanced credits for BMG 391;
you must have completed the 1-credit lab, BMG 191 – Fundamentals of Workplace Preparation and Professional Development, in the fall semester in order to register in one of the co-op placement courses for the spring/summer semesters.
If you are:
- a student in one of the old business programs;
- a Computer Science or Information Technology student;
you don’t need to complete the 1-credit lab, BMG 191 – Fundamentals of Workplace Preparation and Professional Development, to register in one of the co-op placement courses. However, you must have attended or be planning to attend the mandatory co-op workshops in January. These workshops will provide you the tools to help you find your co-op placement.
You MUST be registered in one of the following courses in order to be eligible to start your work term:
For all Business students:
BMG 391 (Co-operative Education Placement 1)
BMG 392 (Co-operative Education Placement 2)
BMG 393 (Co-operative Education Placement 3)
For Computer Science and Information Technology students:
CSC 391 (Co-operative Education Placement 1)
CSC 392 (Co-operative Education Placement 2)
CSC 393 (Co-operative Education Placement 3)
Registration for summer work terms will open at the same time as registration for the spring semester. Students will need to register for one of the above courses online by the established deadlines of the university.
Co-op placement courses at Bishop’s University are 3-credit courses. As such, co-op students are subject to the current tuition rates of the University at the time of course registration.
Please visit the Tuition and Fees section of the Bishop’s website for the most current tuition rates as well as important deadlines.
Business students in one of the old business programs, Computer Science and Information Technology students are required to pay an additional $200 administrative co-operative education fee. This fee is payable for each work placement and must be paid at the Records Office before the start of your work term. It covers the following services that are provided by the Co-op Advisor:
- Customized workshops for co-op students;
- Individual advising and coaching in the job search process;
- Resume assessments;
- Interview preparation;
- Follow-up and organizations visit; and
- Work term evaluations.
Starting in the 2017-2018 academic year, business students in one of the new business programs will not be required to pay the additional $200 administrative co-operative education fee in addition to their tuition fees.
All tuition, fees and outstanding balances on your student account must be paid BEFORE the start of your work term.