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Internship Program


INTERNSHIP PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The (600-hour) internship program provides the students the opportunity to apply and integrate knowledge and skills gained in the Business Administration program through an individualized work experience. Students should be able to gain an understanding or real-world business experience through a specific position or a specialized project, develop skills for organizing assigned responsibilities and managing time and multiple priorities and utilize communication skills, interpersonal skills, team work, and problem-solving techniques.

 

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  • Provide actual workplace experience/ exposure that is aligned with the curricula such that student’s training become responsive and applicable to industry demand;
  • Clearly establish the roles and responsibilities of involved parties and provide for protocols regarding situations that may arise; and
  • Enrich the department’s network and linkages with industry businesses and companies and establish strategic agreements focusing on the creation of clear objectives, clear expectations of learning verification and effective monitoring and implementation specific to the Internship program

 

REQUIREMENTS

Academic Subjects

Students must have completed and passed at least 90 academic units and at least 24 units of professional subjects prior to enrolment in Practicum. Alternately, if the student has completed at least 90 academic units but has taken up less than 24 units of professional subjects, electives can be used to account for the difference.

Professional subjects under BSBA Management:

PROFESSIONAL MAJOR COURSES

MGADMI

Administrative and Office Management

       3.0

MGLLEG

Labor Law and Legislation

       3.0

MGRECS

Recruitment and Selection

       3.0

MGTDEV

Training and Development

       3.0

MGCOMP

Compensation Administration

       3.0

MGLABR

Labor Relations and Negotiations

       3.0

MGSTHR

Special Topics in Human Resource Management

       3.0

MGODEV

Organizational Development

       3.0


Professional subjects under BSBA Marketing Management:

PROFESSIONAL MAJOR COURSES

MKSALE

Professional Salesmanship

       3.0

MKMRES

Marketing Research

       3.0

MKMARK

Marketing Management

       3.0

MKDIST

Distribution Management

       3.0

MKAIMC

Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications

       3.0

MKPROD

Product Management

       3.0

MKRETM

Retail Management

       3.0

MKPRIC

Pricing Strategy

       3.0

Elective subjects that can be credited to qualify for Practicum if less than 18 units of professional subjects have been taken up by the student:

MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE COURSES

MKMARK

Marketing Management

       3.0

MGENTP

Entrepreneurial Management

       3.0

MGPROJ

Project Management

       3.0

MGBROK

Fundamentals of Real Estate Brokerage

       3.0

ENFAMB

Family Business Management

       3.0

MGFINA

Financial Management

       3.0

MKFRAN

Franchising

       3.0

MKSERV

Services Marketing

       3.0

MGLEAD

Executive Leadership

       3.0

MGSCHM

Supply Chain Management

       3.0

MGBSAN

Business Analytics

       3.0

MKRETM

Retail Management

       3.0

 

MARKETING ELECTIVE COURSES (Any Four)

MKBEHA

Consumer Behavior

       3.0

MKFRAN

Franchising

       3.0

MKECOM

E-Commerce and Internet Marketing

       3.0

MKENTR

Entrepreneurial Management

       3.0

MKSERV

Services Marketing

       3.0

MGSACT

Sales, Agency, and Credit

       3.0

GRAVID

Graphics and Video Editing

       3.0

MGBROK

Fundamentals of Real Estate Brokerage

       3.0

MGBSAN

Business Analytics

       3.0


Seminars Attended

Attendance in at least 1 seminar outside of CKS College and 1 seminar organized by student organizations of CKS College each school year. Prepare and compile certificates from attended seminars.

Student Organization Membership

Membership in the relevant student organization for his course at least for his first three years at CKS College

Monitoring and Evaluation

A.    Practicum Report

Upon completion of the required hours for OJT, the student must submit a written report on the Practicum experience he/she has just undergone.

Contents of the Report:

1

Introduction

 

1.1 Company History

1.2 Products/ Services Offered by the Company

1.3 Company Organization (present an organization chart)

2

Company Analysis

 

2.1 Strengths and Weaknesses of the Company

2.2 Opportunities for Expansion and Threats Besetting the Company

2.3 Comparative Analysis with Competitors (Financial and Narrative)

3

Nature of Work

 

3.1 Job Application (How were you able to join the company)

3.2 Job Description (Position/Title of the Job)

3.3 Job Specification (What are the detailed functions of your job?)

4

Work Experience

 

4.1 Initial Reactions upon Joining the Company

4.2 Problems and Hindrances Experienced in the Line of Duty

4.3 Working Environment

4.4 Contributions to the Company

4.5 Experiences Gained and Knowledge Applied

5

Personal Opportunities

 

5.1 Prospects of Staying with the Company after Graduation

5.2 Job Requirements

5.3 Opportunities for Promotion and Fringe Benefits

5.4 Possible Career in the Company upon Graduation

6

Conclusion

 

6.1 Personal Views on the Practicum just Completed

6.2 Recommendations for this Line of Work

 

REFERENCES

 

APPENDICES

A – Resume

B – Letter of Recommendation

C – Letter of Acceptance

D – Daily Time Record

E – Certification of Practicum Completion

F – Performance Appraisal Form

G – Exhibits (Pictures)

B.    ­­­Performance Appraisal by Supervisor

The student shall be evaluated by the industry partner assigned on-site Supervisor on the merit of work performance, competence, work attitude, compliance to submission of requirements, attendance and professionalism at the end of the program.
 
 
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

1. Download and fill up the OJT Enrollment Assessment Form.

2. Present this form to the Dean for approval, along with the following documents:

Enrollment Assessment Form

- Certificates of Attendance in Seminars (Inside and Outside CKS College)

- Graded Class cards for Core Business/ Professional/ Elective Subjects Completed

3. Present the approved form at Window 2 for fees assessment.

4. Pay tuition fee at the Cashier's Window.

 

INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES

1. Students look for a company where they are supposed to undertake on-the-job training. Students are advised to look for jobs/ internships which are related to their courses. The company and the job where the Practicum is to be taken has to be approved by the Practicum Coordinator and the Academic Dean.

  •  The company can be selected from the school’s Database of Companies for OJT, available with the Practicum Coordinator;
  • If the company is not in the database, the student can seek recommendations from the Chiang Kai Shek College Alumni Association, Inc. and submit such recommendations for approval to the Practicum Coordinator and the Academic Dean;
  • For any other company targeted for OJT, the student needs to submit a proposal for approval to the Program Coordinator and the Academic Dean, indicating the background of the company and the expected OJT work he will be undertaking in the said company. 

2. Upon finding a prospective company to work in, the student shall prepare two (2) copies of the letter of recommendation, which must be signed by the Practicum Coordinator, countersigned by the Academic Dean, and submitted to the company where Practicum is being applied for. The duplicate copy shall be kept on file by the student as an appendix to his report to be submitted at the end of the Practicum period.

3. Once hired, the student should request for a formal letter of acceptance from the company, also to be submitted as part of his report.

4. If necessary, a contract or memorandum of agreement shall be signed between the student, the company, and the school for the Practicum experience.

5. While at work, the student shall start researching and compiling information required for his Practicum Report.

6. The student should keep a daily time record while having his Practicum. The company time record is acceptable, or in its absence, the Daily Time Record Form provided by the school may be used.

7. The student shall request for a Letter of Completion from the company upon finishing six hundred (600) hours of Practicum. He shall also request his immediate supervisor to fill up the Performance Appraisal Form, and have it returned in a sealed envelope. Both documents will be submitted as appendices to the student’s final Practicum Report.

8. The Practicum Report must be submitted to the Practicum Coordinator as final requirement for completion of Practicum.

9. A student who fails to complete his required hours in a company will not receive a grade for Practicum. A student who wishes to change working institutions will receive no credit from the previous institution in terms of hours and will start his Practicum from scratch.

 

GRADINGSYSTEM:

Description

Rating

Written Report

50%

Performance Appraisal

50%

Total­­

100%

 

INTERNSHIP RELATED DOCUMENTS :

  • Enrollment Assessment Form for OJT [PDF]
  • Recommendation Letter [DOC]
  • Waiver [DOC]
  • Sample Resume/ CV [DOC]
  • Daily Time Record [PDF] [DOC]
  • Performance Evaluation [PDF] [DOC]
  • OJT Paper Outline and Guidelines [PDF
  • OJT Paper Sample Cover Page [PDF] [DOC]
 

 

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