Eligible Courses

(Program Information Based on 2015-2016 SLCC Course Catalog.)

Academic MajorCourseAvailable Credit
Accounting AAS ACCT 2000 1-3
Anthropology AA, AS *VOC 2000

AA 1-6 towards general electives
AS 1-3 toward general electives

Art/Visual Art & Design ART 2000 1-6 Dependent on program emphasis
Automotive Technician AAS AUTO 2000 6 - All 1000 Level pre-req must be met
Biology AS BIOL 2000 1-3
Business AS, AA

MGT 2000

MKTG 2000

ACCT 2000

FIN 2000

CSIS 2000

1-3, CSIS 1-4

Course registration depends on type of employment

Business Management AAS MGT 2000

1-3

Civil Engineering AS CEEN 2000 1-2
Chemical Engineering AS CHE 2000 3
Chemistry AS CHEM 2000 1-3
Criminal Justice AS, AAS CJ 2000 2-4
Construction Management AA, AAS CMGT 2000 3-5
Communication AS COMM 2000 1-6
Computer Science AS, AAS CSIS 2000 2-4
Diesel Systems Technology AAS Course Substitution Depends on course substituted. Department's approval required
Economics AS FIN 2000 1-3, only toward program's general electives
Education AS EDU 2000 1-2
Electrical Engineering AS EE 2000 1-2
English AS ENGL 2000 1-3
Family & Human Studies AAS FHS 2000 1-2
Finance & Credit AAS FIN 2000 1-3
General Studies AS, AA *VOC 2000 1-6 - max 3 in one semester
Geo Sciences AAS GEOG 2000 1-3
Homeland Security AAS HSEM 2000 3
Humanities AS *VOC 2000 1-3 only toward program's general electives
Legal Studies AAS LS 2000 3-6
Mechanical Engineering APE MEEN 2000 1-2
Marketing Management AAS MKTG 2000 1-3
Mathematics AS MATH 2000 2-4
Materials Science Engineering APE MSE 2000 1-2
Microscopy Certificate MSE 2000 1-2
Nanotechnology Certificate MSE 2000 1-2
Professional Pilot AAS PILT 2000 1-3
Psychology AS PSY 2000 or VOC 2000 2-4 or 1-6 only toward program's general electives
Sociology AS VOC 2000 1-6 only toward program's general electives
Surveying AAS SVT 2000 1-3
Welding AAS Lab Substitution Depends on Lab substituted - Department' s approval required

Below are degree programs offering department-based internships or work-based experience course substitutions.

These courses are offered through individual academic departments and are not part of the CO-OP Intern Courses offered through the Career & Student Employment Services office.

Please contact departments or programs for course information.

Academic ProgramDepartmental Offerings Work Based Learning / Internship Courses
Anthropology
Biomanufacturing
Engineering Design & Drafting Technology
Fashion Design & Merchandising
Film Production Technician
Fitness Technician
History
Interior Design
Music
Political Science
Social Work

ANTH 2950 (Archaeology Internship)
BMAN 2910 (STUDENTfacturED Internship)
EDDT 1010 -EDDT 1040 - May be waived for equivalent work experience: Dept. Approval Required
FASH 2000 Contact Fashion Design Department for Course Information
FLM 2750 (Film Production Internship)
HLTH 2450 (Personal Trainer Internship)
HIST 2950 (Archival Internship)
INTD 2000 Contact Interior Design Department for Course Information
MUSC 2550 (Music Internship)
POLS 2000 Contact Political Science Department for Course Information
SWK 2940 (Second Year Internship)