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(font: verdana, spacing: 1.5, size: 12 and 30 pages long) Student’s Manual for Coop Training2015 College of Business AdministrationThe Project ReportThe Organization of the Report:The typical co-op report includes the following parts:•Outer Cover Page This should contain the approved project title (if exists), your name, name of the organization, name of the academic advisor, the name of the college and department, and the date of submission. •Inner Cover Page This should contain, your name, name of the employer, title of the Co-op program, name of the business Supervisor, name of the academic advisor, name of the academic department chairman and name of the vice dean for academic affairs and their signatures.•Abstract It gives the reader a brief on the topic of the Coop training project. And it covers the key conclusions and recommendations that are important and relevant to the goals of the research.•Acknowledgement(Optional)•Table of ContentsThis should not exceed one page and should list the major sections of the report along with the page numbers on which they start. It permits quick reference for finding specific information in the report.•Chapter 1: Introduction This first chapter of the report should include two parts: background and company profilea.Background: (Project Problem and Objectives)The background sets the context for the co-op project and addresses such things as:•The overall goal of the project and the detailed objectives.•Problem description, i.e., the questions that you look for answering them through the co-op project.b.Company Profile:•This part presents details on the company concerned focusing on the area of your project (e.g. Marketing, Finance. etc.)•Chapter 2: MethodologyHere the student should focus on how the project is to be done. This includes:a.Data required and its sources:•Secondary Data: Data found in the company records, internet and other published data.•Primary Data: Data collected through interviewing people by personal interviews or telephone. This , of course, required designing a questionnaire (a list of questions to collect required primary data)b.People within or outside the company from whom you collect the required data.c.How data was collected? (e.g.,, Personal interview, telephone, mail)•Chapter 3: Data Analysis and findingsStudent’s Manual for Coop TrainingPage 13 2015 College of Business AdministrationHere the student should explain how to analyze the data arrive at the finding. Then present these findings.•Chapter 4: Conclusions and RecommendationsThis chapter includes two parts:•Conclusions:Here the student is interpreting the finding to arrive at conclusions. That is, what the finding you got from data analysis mean. In other words, conclusions are generalizations that answer the questions raised by the objectives of the project and represent the problem of your project.•Recommendations:Recommendations mean how to apply the conclusions to specific areas in order to make suggestions for company’s strategies. In other words “A recommendation means how to benefit from conclusions in the form of suggestions to improve the current situation that you have investigated.•References :Cite all references that you get your data and information from (e.g., books, periodicals, internet, company’s records,..Etc) There should be cited in the right format.•Appendixes: This section might include a copy of the questionnaire, supporting documents, etc.Important Notes: •There should be a balance between the chapters regarding the number of pages (6-8 pages each chapter)•References should be written in the right scientific methods as follows:Authors, year of publishing, Title of the reference, city of publisher, publishing company,Example: 1.BooksSchiffman, L.G. & Kanauk, L.E (2007). Consumer Behavior, New Jersey, Prentice Hall Co.Quotah , M. and El aasi, S. (2008) How to write a Report. Jeddah, Jarir Co.2.ArticlesMonacelli, T. (2001) New International Monetary Arrangements and the exchange Rate. International Journal of Finance & Economics, Vol 6 (4) PP. 389 – 400 3.Electronic Sources (WWW document)Monacelli, T. (2001) New International Monetary Arrangement and the Exchange Rate. International Journal of Finance & Economics, Vol 6 (4) PP 389 – 400.[online]. Available from: http:// Proquest. dwebStudent’s Manual for Coop TrainingPage 14 2015 College of Business AdministrationReport Presentation: The student is required to emphasize the following points in her/his presentation:Project problem: •What is the overall objective of the Coop Project.•What is the research question that the student is looking for answering it through its coop project.Methodology:•What data was required and its sources (Secondary and / or primary)•How did the student analyze the data?Conclusions and Recommendations

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