Friday – October 19, 2018

Programs with Required or Optional Internship Courses

Major

Course Number

Requirements

(152) IT Web and Software Developer

ITDEV-198

Internship

A cooperative training program involving actual work experience.  Students obtain a position at an approved work station and work under the supervision of a teacher-coordinator.

IT Mobile Application Developer

ITDEV-198

Internship

A cooperative training program involving actual work experience.  Students obtain a position at an approved work station and work under the supervision of a teacher-coordinator.

(150) IT Networking

ITNET-198

Network Specialist Internship

Students enrolled in this course complete an internship involving actual work experience.  Students must obtain an approved IT position and work under the supervision of a manager/coordinator. MATC strongly recommends that students complete or enroll in ITNET-134, Connecting Networks (CISCO 4) or have the equivalent skills, prior to enrollment in this course.

(150) IT Information

Systems Security

Specialist

ITSEC-191

Information Security Internship

 

A cooperative training program involving actual work experience. You will obtain a position at an approved work station and work under the supervision of a teacher-coordinator. 

(154) IT Support

ITSUP-198

Computer Support Specialist Internship

Students enrolled in this course must obtain an IT internship at a local area employer.  Students will configure and install new software, troubleshoot and solve issues with hardware, OS and applications, networks and virtual setups and configurations.

(104) Marketing

MKTG-175

Marketing Internship 1

This course is a cooperative training program that allows students to observe and apply in a practical manner the principles and techniques of marketing studied in Marketing Management. Students must obtain work in an approved training station.

(104) Marketing

MKTG-176

Marketing Internship 2

This course continues the hands-on training program begun in Marketing Internship 1. Prerequisite: MKTG-175 Marketing Internship 1.

(102) Business Administration

BADM-198

Business Internship

This cooperative training program involves actual work experience. Students obtain a position at an approved work station under the supervision of a teacher-coordinator.  Prerequisite:  Completion of three semesters in the student's field of study and consent of advisor.

(106) Bilingual Office Technology

OFTECH-190

Bilingual Office

Assistant Internship

This course will be a cooperative training program that allows bilingual students to utilize skills and knowledge in an approved business office, under the supervision and guidance of a teacher and a cooperating employer that serves Latinos. It also teaches and improves the customer service skills and the professionalism of the student to develop the necessary skills for success as a customer service provider. Prerequisites: OFTECH-101 Windows and MS Word

(314) Baking & Pastry Arts

BAKING-130

Field Experience in Baking & Pastry Arts

Students work as regular employees in baking and pastry arts. The goal of Field Experience is to give students the opportunity to apply, on the job, the skills learned in the classroom and lab and obtain a broad overview of an entire facility.

(109) Hospitality

HOTEL-130

Internship-Hotel/

Meeting Management

The internship affords students the opportunity to experience employment in an off campus location, while simultaneously having the advantage of being supervised by a program instructor/ coordinator.

(316) Culinary Arts

CULART-107

Field Experience in Food Service/ Hospitality Industry

Students must seek employment in a food service facility. The goal of Field Experience is to give students the opportunity to apply, on the job, the skills learned in the classroom and lab and obtain a broad overview of an entire facility.

(203) Photography

PHOTO-190

Photo Internship

 

 

This course is designed to offer the advanced photography student an opportunity to experience "real-life" work situations in the photographic community. Students will share their on-the-job experiences with the class.  Prerequisites: Photo-103 Digital Photography, Photo-121 Commercial Photography, Photo-124 Portraiture, PHOTO-142 Photoshop for Photographers 2.

(701) TV & Video Production

AUDIO-128

Final Project – Field Work

Final Project Independent Study is the students' recording project of their choosing of any of the audio disciplines including in studio multi-track recording, live concert recording, sound for film, gaming or web interactive audio.  From concept to completion, the student will notate, process and journal the details in creating the audio recording.

(504) POLICE

POLICE-144

Law Enforcement Internship 2

This course provides students with the opportunity to observe, identify and possibly assist in law enforcement theory, skills and techniques covering the broad spectrum of law enforcement issues, including problem-solving tools, legal procedures and avenues within the law enforcement community.  All students must submit to a criminal background check, driver's license check and provide medical documentation of fitness signed by a physician prior to participation in this course. Prerequisite: POLICE-900 Introduction to Criminal Justice,

POLICE-901 Constitutional Law, POLICE-902 Criminal Law.

(504) POLICE

POLICE-145

Law Enforcement Internship 2

This course provides students with the opportunity to continue to observe, identify and possibly assist in law enforcement theory, skills and techniques covering the broad spectrum of law enforcement issues, including

Problem-solving tools, legal procedures and avenues within the law enforcement community. Required: 15 credits with a

GPA of 3.0 or better earned within the

MA TC Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement

Program core classes and with consent of Associate Dean of Protective Services. All students must submit to a criminal background check, driver's license check and provide medical documentation of fitness signed by a physician prior to participation in these training courses.

(520) HUMSVC

HUMSVC-106

Advanced Field Experience

Advanced Field Experience must be taken concurrently with HUMSVC-107, Field Experience Seminar.  Students are assigned to a community human service agency where they work 24 hours per week under the joint supervision of the agency and MATC field supervisors. Advanced Field Experience is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and behaviors essential for human service workers in the professional setting. Students apply the material from their coursework to a real work situation.