TYPE : TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
FACULTY : BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION AND TOURISM
MAJOR : MANAGEMENT
LEVEL5 : (ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION/MAJOR/TECHNOLOGY)
- PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
- Associate’s Degree in Technical and Vocational Education in Management is carefully designed to provide knowledge and skills related to general management, effective HR management and staffing, and to meet the needs for career and employment opportunities in response to the job market;
- Contribute to developing human resources with the Royal Government of Cambodia in order to reduce the poverty through the employment and personal business of graduates;
- To train students to gain knowledge of management specialization in the private sector, public institutions, and civil society, enabling to work effectively with high professional ethics.
- To train students to be responsible-spirited as the preparedness to compete in the labor market.
- To facilitate students’ learning through the contemporary curriculum development in a regular basis collaborating with representatives of public institutions, civil society organizations, employers, entrepreneurs, professors, students, and advisory councils, and so on.
- To train students to be able to continue their Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD’s
- PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)
Upon completion of this Associate Program in Technical and Vocational Education in Management, students are expected to achieve the followings:
- To interpret theory, instrument, methodology, and terminology in Management effectively.
- To explain the fundamentals of administration and protocols in the private sector and civil society, and especially in public institutions.
- To be able to prepare all kinds of letter, including standard letter, administrative letter and private letter, and so on.
- PLO4. To prepare production operations of management processes of the work flow and organizational structures of the unit (roles, functions, responsibilities, and powers, and so on)
- To define management functions (planning, organizing, leading and controlling), management skills (technical skills, human skills and decision-making skills), and roles of management (interpersonal, information management, and decision-making role)
- To prepare a record system, office work and document periods (use, retention, reuse and destruction) Documentation methods (arranging in alphabetical order, cardinal order, objectives, dates, and the right location).
- To explain HR management roles (HR planning, announcement, recruitment, training and human resource development, performance appraisal, implementation, compensation, and other benefits, such as safety and health, relationships between employers and employees).
- Cognitive Skills
- To execute administrative work and protocols in public institution, private sector and civil society organization effectively through thinking and analysis in preparing administrative letters (numbering, dating, writing objectives, interpreting, and clarifying proposal, signatory roles, signature, stamping, copying, or the place of receipt … …), documentation work (sending/posting or receiving) and Protocol Work (Greeting Protocol, Hospitality Protocol, Communication Protocol, language use protocol, and meeting protocol.)
- To determine the process of managing, organizing, implementing, and fulfilling the management functions through building capacity in thinking and analysis to develop an work flow of the unit based on understanding the concepts of management opportunities, changing the way of thinking and reflecting on the difference between positive and negative thoughts, and synthesizing to take advantage to reach the goals successfully.
- To use thinking and analytical skills on the record system of office work, determine document period, and keep documents. To define the characteristics of the group to operate effectively, in particular, utilize the skills to think and analyze human resources management processes, and use the management style and organization leadership efficiently.
- Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
- To use interpersonal communication skills in leading, advising teamwork, cooperating, coordinating and dealing with work problems, initiating, discussing, exchanging ideas, negotiating, debating, and being creative in dealing with various challenges when doing daily work as well as gaining the high effective decision-making
- To use specialized skills in creating a broader environment for communication and strengthening work-related closeness through the hierarchy of communication, motivating the teamwork and staff to work hard with confidence, efficiency and high responsibilities.
- (Numerical Skills, Information Technology and Communication)
- To calculate mathematics through a technical and vocational education program in Management, such as business mathematic, economic, and financial mathematics and business statistics. To define statistics, statistical significance in variable-type statistics, and data-level measurements, manipulate frequency distribution, and graphically determine the meanings of the center value and calculate those center values. To define and calculate the distribution and the method of calculating, determining and calculating the probability using a uniform and common distribution.
- To skillfully use computer (Information and Communication Technology– computer for administrative work) and use terminology of English in management
- To calculate the interest rates comparing any rates which is good for investment, determine future value through simple interest and equity, make a chart of the incremental amount of saving and installment indicating the decreasing amount of the interest rates at the beginning and ending periods.
- Psychomotor Skills
- To execute managerial work in the private sector, public institution, and civil society organization in primary and intermediate levels of expertise on administrative work, Human Resources, operations, research, and development and show confidence, patience, intelligence, strength, flexibility, and expertise in decision-making, problem-solving, coordinating, and implementing with the team, and so on.
III. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
To get admission into this program, all candidates are required to have as follows:
- Hold certificate of technical and vocational training 3 (level 4) or,
- Passed or failed a national high school exam recognized by MoEYS or,
- Hold a Foundation Year Certificate from a recognized institutions or,
- Other equivalent certificate recognized by MoEYS,
Associate’s Degree in Technical and Vocational Education in Management lasts two academic years and is composed of 60 credits with no more than four years of completion.
|Basic Major Subjects
|Core Major Subjects||Subjects for General Education)||Elective Major Subjects
|1. Introduction to Business
2. Introduction to Economics (Micro)
3. Business Mathematics
4. Business Statistics (1)
5. Business Statistics (2)
6. Basic Marketing
7. Principles of Accounting (1)
8. Principles of Accounting (2)
9. Customer Service
10. Financial Accounting
11. Marketing Management
12. Financial Management
13. Cost Accounting
|1. General Administration
2. Principles of Management
3. Human Resource Management
2. Computer Administration
3. Business English (1)
4. Global Studies
5. Business English (2)
6. Company & Contract Law
- YEAR ONE
|SEMESTER ONE||SEMESTER TWO|
|1. Psychology||1.5||1.Global Studies||1.5|
|2.Computer Administration||3||2.Business Mathematics||3|
|3.General Administration||3(2,0.5,0.5)||3.Introduction to Economics (Micro)||3|
|4.Business English||3||4.Business English||3|
|5.Basic Marketing||3||5.Introduction to Business||1.5|
|6.Principles of Accounting (1)||1.5||6.Principles of Accounting (2)||3|
|Sub total||15||Sub total||15|
- YEAR TWO
|SEMESTER ONE||SEMESTER TWO|
|1.Principles of Management||3(2,0.5,0.5)||1.Marketing Management||3|
|2.Business Statistics (1)||3||2.Business Statistics (2)||3|
|3.Customer Service||3||3.Human Resource Management||3(2,0.5,0.5)|
|4.Company & Contract Law||3||4.Financial Management||3|
|5.Financial Accounting||3||5.Cost Accounting||3|
|Sub total||15||Sub total||15|
Note: Credit distribution for each course should be carried out as follow:
- 3 means 3 credits for theoretical study.
- 3 (2.1.0) means 2 credits for theoretical study and 1 credit for practical study in high education institution
- 3 (2.0.1) means 2 credits for theoretical study and 1 credit for fieldwork
VII. CREDIT DISTRIBUTION FOR PRACTICAL STUDY AND FIELWORK BY SUBJECT/COURSE /EMPLOMENT SECTOR
|COURSE / EMPLOYMENT SECTOR||CREDIT|
(1 credit=30 hours)
|1. General Administration||15||22.5
|2. Principles of Management||15||22.5
|3. Human Resource Management||15||22.5
Note: For employment sector, high education institution can use different courses and concern either as credit base or extra credit depending on the institution’s decision.
VIII. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
To be eligible to earn Associate’s Degree in Technical and Vocational Education for this program, a student is required to:
- Pass all courses and credits required by the university
- Pass final and state exams and/or pass thesis defense
- Conduct practicum successfully
- DEGREE TITLE:
Associate’s Degree in Technical and Vocational Education in Management
- JOB OPPORTUNITIES
After completing Associate’s Degree in Technical and Vocational Education in Management, learners will be able to do the following jobs:
– Staff of Human Resource Department
– Staff of Production Department
– Staff of Operation Department
– Administrative Staff / Assistant
– Research and Development Staff
– Head of Office / Deputy Head of Office
– Supervisor / Team Leader / Foreman
– Stock Keeper
– Project Coordinator
– Event Organizer
– Project Assistant
– Other related Careers