TORONTO — The Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) at Ryerson University is expanding its co-op program, so students enrolled in their second year of the Hospitality and Tourism program are eligible to work co-op terms in the May 2015 summer.
“Ted Rogers School of Management and Ryerson is building on our strength as leaders in experiential and career-ready education to be a major player in co-operative education,” said Stephen Murphy, dean. “Our academic and corporate partners are fully supportive and very excited with our direction. We look forward to leveraging this momentum to create a more diverse partner base for our students and our programs.”
Eleven co-op programs will be launched over the next three years for all full-time students in Bachelor of Commerce degree programs/majors studying Accounting & Finance; Hospitality and Tourism; Business Management; and Retail Management.
TRSM aims to have 16 per cent of students enrolled in co-operative education by 2017.
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