Bachelor of Arts in Visual and Critical Studies
Bachelor of Interior Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts
BFA with Emphasis in Art Education
BFA with Emphasis in Art History, Theory and Criticism
BFA with Emphasis in Writing
Consecutive Degree Option for BFA and BA in Visual and Critical Studies
Master of Architecture
Master of Architecture with Emphasis in Interior Architecture
Master of Arts in Arts Administration and Policy
Master of Arts in Art Education
Master of Arts in Art Therapy
Master of Arts in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism
Master of Arts in New Arts Journalism
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Arts in Visual and Critical Studies
Master of Design in Designed Objects
Master of Design in Fashion, Body and Garment
Master of Fine Arts in Studio
Master of Fine Arts in Writing
Master of Science in Historic Preservation
Certificate in Historic Preservation
Year of Graduation
1. In order for international students to do a co-op internship, you must be in your 2nd year of full time F1 status and authorized for CPT through International Affairs.
2. A Co-op internship is for course credit and you have to pay tuition.
3. What is the primary focus of the Co-op Program?
Real world professional experience
A, B & C
4. After completing this orientation and passing the quiz, the next step is to make an appointment with a Co-op Advisor.
5. What do you do after you have accepted an internship?
Start working on your internship right away
Nothing, your employer will take care of all required paperwork
Register with the Career and Co-op Center, complete the CPT Authorization Form and submit to International Affairs five business days before you start work and wait for your new CPT authorized I-20.
Register with the Career and Co-op Center and start working.
6. When can you begin your internship?
As soon as you get the job
After registering with the co-op office
After you have registered, submitted your completed CPT Authorization Form to International Affairs, and picked up your CPT Authorized I-20.
7. It is important to keep your old I-20s, even after you have received a new one.
8. When you go for an interview you should dress your best, and bring interview questions and extra copies of your résumé.
9. It is guaranteed that you will receive an internship offer.
10. In order to maintain your immigration status in case you do not receive an internship offer, you must register for at least 12 credits or the total you need to graduate BEFORE securing a co-op internship.
11. What is the deadline for registering for Co-op?
It is one week before the regular add/drop deadline.
It is one week after the regular add/drop deadline.
12. It is possible to register for Co-op after the Co-op Add/drop deadline.
13. Your Co-op Faculty Advisor is important to your internship and to receiving course credit.
14. How can you be a great intern?
Be professional and take initiative
Keep concerns about your internship to yourself
Wait for tasks to be handed to you and read while you wait.
Do not ask questions when you do not understand a project
15. You have no other requirements other than completing your internship hours to gain course credit.
16. List the requirements for receiving credit.