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others, emotion development techniques, adjusting to changes, entrepreneurial spirit, report writing and presentation techniques, etiquette in workplace as well as moral and professional ethics. Professional Internship CDI 501 Internship I (6 Credits) (3 Credits) CDI 502 Internship II (3 Credits) Prerequisite: CDI 211 and CDI 224 Students complete an internship either in Thailand or overseas. Internship-based study enables students to adapt theoretical knowledge to real-life situations in hotels, restaurants, cruise ships, spa, media and press businesses or other businesses related to food service. Students are required to complete at least 400 working hours. The intern- ship is monitored and evaluated under cooperation between the school departments and the work placement organiza- tions. CDI 504 Cooperative Education in Food Service Industry (6 Credits) Prerequisite: CDI 503 Students study the practical system in a workplace through being an employee. The course is designed to prepare students to be ready for professional careers by working in systematic operations. Students are required to work full time for at least a semester of 16 weeks. The assigned work must be of high quality or work that provides practical experience in the students’ major field of study or a proposed project or work that benefits an organization as a whole. Cooperative education will be monitored and evaluated under cooperation between the school depart- ments and the work placement organizations. Students are required to submit an evaluation report at the end of the placement. Prerequisite: CDI 501 The advanced internship course allows the students to do an internship either in Thailand or overseas. The chosen work placement must be different from the Internship I course. Internship based study enables students to adapt theoretical knowledge into real life situation in hotel, restau- rant, cruise, spa, media and press business or other businesses related to food service. Students are required to complete at least 400 working hours. The internship is monitored and evaluated under cooperation between the school departments and the work placement organizations. BANGKOK UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL 161