In your final two years of this degree program, you will enroll in courses specific to professional practices and participate in two required Work Integrated Learning work terms. The experience gained will be highly valuable to both you and your employer.Seneca has a wide variety of partnering employers who are committed to providing meaningful work assignments. In the semester before beginning your first Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) experience, you will take a Work Term Preparation course (WTP200) that will help you to prepare and search for your upcoming Work Integrated Learning work terms in the program.
If you have further questions you may contact the Work-Integrated Learning Coordinator listed below.
Work-Integrated Learning Coordinator
(416) 491-5050 Ext. 33700