John Sharko - in CASA
Monday 2 - 9 PM
Tuesday 2 - 9 PM
Thursday 11-4 PM
Mark Morabito - in CASA
Tom Greenhalgh - in CASA
Wednesday 1-3 pm
Brian Henricksen - in HH318
Supplemental Instruction for CS1
- Maintain an overall GPA of 2.8 in all courses
- Maintain a GPA of 3.0 in Computer Science courses
- Complete and Submit a CO-OP application form by the end of first semester sophomore year (in order to take the pre-coop seminar in the spring of sophomore year)
- Student Application Form
- Meet with the cooperative program coordinator to discuss goals prior to their first coop
- Have junior status to go out on co-op
- Must have completed all Computer Science courses listed in the course sequence before the first coop in each concentration
- Transfer students must have taken two CS courses at FSU prior to participating in co-op
- Satisfactorily complete the 3 coop seminars and 2@6 month coops
Requirements to Remain in Program
Students must continue to maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in their computer science courses.
The program requires satisfactory completion of 5 coop courses in addition to the courses required of their chosen concentration. The coop courses help the student prepare for, participate in, and present their findings on the coop experience.
- CSCI200 Pre-cooperative Experience Seminar
The pre-cooperative experience seminar is taken in the sophomore year. It prepares the student for interviewing for work in a professional environment and helps them identify their goals and interests and search techniques to be used to find a fit for a coop opportunity, summer internship or even assists in finding employement for graduating seniors who have opted not to participate in the full-time co-op program.
- CSCI300 Cooperative Experience I
The their first six month coop experience will typically go from January through June or July through December or their junior year. Students should start applying for these positions about 3 to 6 months before the anticipated starting date.
- CSCI3xx Post-cooperative Experience Seminar
This seminar provides students an opportunity to reflect on their experience and identify how it relates to their academic courses, identify work place issues and expectations, create and present documents summarizing their experience, share that experience with other students and start to prepare for their second coop.
- CSCI 4xx Cooperative Experience II
A second six-month cooperative experience in a professional workplace setting.
- CSCI 4xx Post-Cooperative Experience Seminar II
The final seminar allows them to summarize their experience and plan for post graduate studies or a career path in an area of interest within the computer science field.