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The Science Career and Cooperative Education (SCCE) office provides all science undergraduate students with many resources and overall guidance. Like us on Facebook and keep an eye out on OSCARplus for more information and events hosted throughout the year.


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Career Education

The SCCE office has many resources for students regarding education and career opportunities during and post-completion of their undergraduate degree (up to 5 years after). These resources (or services) include:

  • Career advising                                                       

  • Cover letter and resume critiques                      

  • Career information sessions and workshops

  • Profession and school-specific handouts (see here for a list)

  • Personal statement critiques

  • Mock interviews

Cooperative Education

The SCCE office provides students with paths to extend their learning process beyond the classroom by alternating academic terms with paid co-op work terms


Level II students can apply to Science co-op in the following programs:

  • Actuarial & Financial Mathematics 

  • Biochemistry                                        

  • Biology & Pharmacology

  • Biophysics                                     

  • Chemical Biology                         

  • Chemistry 

  • Earth & Environmental Sciences

  • Environmental Sciences

  • Geography & Environmental Sciences

  • Life Sciences

  • Mathematics & Statistics

  • Medical & Health Physics

  • Molecular Biology & Genetics

  • Physics

Experiential Education

You can gain real world, academically relevant experience in a community, professional, or research setting through Applied Placement, Research Practicum or Undergraduate Science Internship courses.

Contact Us

SCCE Office: BSB 127; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday

Phone: 905-525-9140 x27898


Website: Science Career & Cooperative Education

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