THE REPORT OF EXPERIENCE AS A TERMINAL OPTION. Aspects has developed in their im plementation. Suggestions made by Dr.

Javier Martinez Rivera. Coordinator of Sci ence degree in communications officer. ITESO January 23, 1995. Updated July 4, 2 002. 0. Content and structure of the report. 1 .- In the presentation of exemplary pr actice or exemplification. 2 .- In the presentation of professional conduct. 3 . - Discussion of the practice from the profession. 4 .- Identification and discus sion of roles, functions and impact of performance. 5 .- Recognition, prestige, demand, determinants and constraints. 6 .- Conclusions, recommendations and sugg estions I. - Content and structure of the report "Demonstration of professional experien ce." I.1 The content of the written report. The report must cover the experience of professional practice conducted from the time they graduated from the race s o far. Must demonstrate the achievement and integration of learning acquired dur ing graduate professional education is not only a description of facts, but foun ded with theoretical basis, the diagnostic and prognostic necessary to provide s ufficient evidence of the extent to which it makes a significant ejrcicio, criti cal and creative profession, so that, from the systematic, highlight its profess ional skills and pursued. This should be based on systematic documentation of th e experience, which should be integrated into the section "Annexes." I.2 Structu re of the written report from the demonstration of professional experience. The old content should be organized to respond to a logical structure for the develo pment of a report of professional experience. This is, information blocks: 0 .Introduction. Presentation work and a summary of the career, highlighting what s hould be especially appreciated or considered and communicating what is in each chapter. (This part is the last to be done, after completing the report.) 1. Tay ectoria professional. Where chronologically specified: Date, place, roles and fu nction, activities, achievements, learning or empirical herurístico, formal lear ning achieved. Within it announces what experience is exemplified, for more mean ingful results. 2. The context in which the expertise developed . We describe th e institution or organization from its founding until the present, considering t he main aspect of his philosophy, design, organization, orgnigrama for locating position, function, and the professional project proposed and implemented. 3. Presentation, description and justification of relevant experience. Relate th e situation find you, faced problems and proposed solution. Planning. The stages of the project, description of work done in them, methodologies, models, patter ns, routines, tools, supports and foundations; evaluation to determine accuracy, errors and results. 4. Proposals and critical reflection of experience. What is provided within the development area predominantly of experience, judgments abo ut how the training was the basis of practice, notification of how far the profe ssional profile corresponds to the demand for performance, what emerging practic es are performed, what professional development that addresses the needs demand, which reached prestige and social significance for their performance, what sign s or indicators have about this, what suggestions does the institution dedicated professionals, who recently started the practice in light training received in the race, experience, training and professional development required by professi onal practice. Addition to the items stated in the instructions for preparing th e Report of Professional Experience as an option for certification, and think an d care must be addressed the following issues to allow a differentiated value in practice and experience. 1 .- In submitting the exemplification of the practice (detailed report of the party that favors the report) has to account: In the si tuation of communication. Of the problems prevailing in the field of work to get there. Point with clarity and detail: What was the professional contribution ma de to the procedure performed? What was done to overcome or move the situation a nd how they solved the problems encountered?, How will circumvent or overcome ob stacles, difficulties and barriers to the exercise of the profession?.

2 .- In the illustration, to give a clear account of how orderly was the profess ional approach,€the communication of professional intervention in a manner that can be identified: the professional project within which such intervention takes place (objectives, purpose, goals, values and beliefs, theories or professional ). organizational routines and forecasts organization's operations. The pattern of intervention procedures or still in their performance. The material processin g pprima 3 .- To end should be a reflection on professional practice and an analysis made of it, from the perspective of the "profession." That is, we must take into acc ount that the profession is knowledge, specific skills and abilities needed to s olve or meet specific needs of the profession concerned and not to any other pro fession. In the analysis and reflection have to point out: what knowledge, skill s and specific professional skills applied and developed to their specific needs ejrcicio demanding professional. 4 .- Within the same context, the profession, the report, reflection and analysi s, have to give account The roles and functions performed as a professional. The impact that had on the organizations performance, instances, or social groups with which they worked. 5 .- It should be noted, too, the extent and area in which professional practice achieved by the exercise: recognition and prestige. Demand, Trust in the commun icator. Constraints, determinants or aspects that are considered obstacles to th e professional development of journalists. 6 .- At the conclusion should construct new ideas or thoughts from the writing t hat avence in cognitive, not summaries or brief repetition of what was written. In this regard the objectives of the project, the completed project, the methodo logy used, the forms of professional inernvención. Furthermore the recommendatio ns and suggestions are made to the training institution, students and alumni, sh ould consider the ideas and elements on the aspects mentioned above. Sincerely, Carlos Corrales Diaz. INSTRUCTION DEGREE DEGREE OPTIONS 1. PROFESSIONAL THESIS 2. PROTOTYPES OR TEXTBOOKS TEACHING 3. RESEARCH PROJECT 4 . Design or redesign of equipment, apparatus or machinery 5. SPECIAL DEGREE COUR SE 6. GLOBAL REVIEW BY AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE 7. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE REPORT 8. S CHOOLING BY AVERAGE 9. SCHOOLING FOR GRADUATE STUDIES 10. RESIDENCE BUSINESS REP ORT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL WORK OPTION I PROFESSIONAL THESIS Professional thesis is called the presentation of the results of an investigatio n conducted by (the) candidate (s), which contains a position of a subject, main ly in an area of scientific and technological knowledge. The work to be performe d may be either individual or two candidates. When the characteristics of the jo b requires a greater number of participants, the academy may ponder and recommen d appropriate, justification of the proponents of the item, before the relevant academic department head, who seek the approval of building principal, consideri ng input, scope and same depth. The theme of the final thesis will be defined by (the) candidate (s) and corresponding ruled by the academy. The candidate may c onduct their research within the Institute of Technology or another institution or company to provide the necessary means. The candidate will have an advisor fo r the development of their work, designated by the head of academic department c

onsidering the proposal for the academy. The graduate will support the act of pr ofessional reception, consisting of professional examination and protocol, on th e date and time designated for this purpose. BUSINESS STRUCTURE OF THE THESIS 1. Acknowledgments. 2. Title (cover). 3. Abstract. 4. Content. 5. Index charts, graphs and figures. 6. Introduction. 7. Theoretical basis. 8. Procedure. 9. Eval uation or economic impact. 10. Conclusions and recommendations. 11. Bibliography . 12. Annexes. PROTOTYPES OR TEXTBOOKS TEACHING OPTION II Textbook is called the document containing relevant information and developments relating to any subject in the existing curriculum in the NLIS completed the ra ce. Prototype is called teaching to all types of audiovisual materials, educatio nal software, three-dimensional models and other material useful in the teaching -learning process that will support the achievement of a goal of any subject in the current syllabus of the race completed. The title and content of the textboo k,€or the prototype to develop and document technical report will be proposed by the applicant, and if authorized by the academic department head of the academy after analysis of relevant. The candidate will have an advisor for the developm ent of their work, who shall be appointed by the academic department head, consi dering the proposal for the academy. The graduate will support the act of profes sional reception, consisting of professional examination and protocol, on the da te and time designated for this purpose. STRUCTURE OF A TEXTBOOK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). Title (cover). Foreword. Content. In troduction. Chapters according to subject content to develop including worked ex amples. 7. Proposed problems. 8. Bibliography. 9. Index of topics 10. Annexes. TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROTOTYPE STRUCTURE OF TEACHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). Title (cover). Content. Index charts , graphs and figures. Introduction. Theoretical basis. Procedure and description of the prototype learning. Conclusions and recommendations. Bibliography. OPTION III 10. Annexes. RESEARCH PROJECT The research project involves the methodology by which we obtain a scientific re sult and / or in technology, innovation and technology fits or part of a product ion process or experimental, etc., Which is useful for humanity, and whose impac t can be local, regional, national or international. The research project can be done inside or outside the Technology Institute. The research projects presente d at the National Competition Competition Creativity and Entrepreneurship Nation al Institutes of Technology can be considered titling this option, as well as pr ojects during residency training or professional practice and those made during the year graduate student in any accredited place for it. The theme of the proje ct to be developed will be defined by the candidate or assigned by the person re sponsible and ruled by the academy in question and, if authorized by the appropr iate academic department head. The candidate checked by consistency, participati on in a research project at the Technological Institute or other facility or ins titution to develop research. The sustainer will counsel the party responsible f or the research project, which will be approved by the relevant academic departm ent head. The graduate will support the act of professional reception, consistin g of professional examination and protocol, on the date and time designated for

this purpose. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT OF INVESTIGATION 1. Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). 2. Title (cover). 3. Abstract. 4. Content. 5. Index charts, graphs and figures. 6. Introduction. 7. Analysis of f undamentals. 8. Procedure or method. 9. Analysis of results. 10. Conclusions and recommendations. 11. Bibliography. 12. Annexes. Design or redesign of equipment, apparatus or machinery OPTION IV It is considered design or redesign of equipment, apparatus or equipment to the design or modification of one or more of its original components, which tend to improve their performance thereby achieving an economic impact or quality that i s useful in any company, research center , industry or educational institution. The theme of the design or redesign of equipment, apparatus or machinery shall b e defined by the candidate considered by the academy in question and, if authori zed by the academic department head. Resideños designs or equipment, apparatus o r machinery, as well as technological innovations presented at the National Cont est of Creativity and National Entrepreneurship Competition may be considered in this degree option. The candidate can make your design or redesign of apparatus , equipment or machinery within the Institute of Technology or another instituti on or company that needs and to provide the necessary means. The graduate will s upport the act of professional reception, consisting of professional examination and protocol, on the date and time designated for this purpose. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT OF THE TECHNICAL DESIGN OR REDESIGN OF EQUIPMENT, MACHIN ERY OR EQUIPMENT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). Title (cover). Content. Index charts , graphs and figures. Introduction. Theoretical basis. Procedure of the design o r redesign and description of equipment, apparatus or machinery. 8. Evaluation o r economic impact. 9. Conclusions and recommendations. 10. Bibliography. 11. Ann exes. SPECIAL DEGREE COURSE OPTION V It's called that special course certification course offered by the Institute of Technology and has the following characteristics: • • • • • • • Contains topics that are not considered in the plans and programs of undergradua te studies, but are related to the race course. It poslicenciatura level. It pro vides a reinforcement of the knowledge acquired during the race. Leads to the in vestigation. Contributes to the livelihoods of the professional profile. Takes a minimum of 90 hours. Invariably produces a paper for each student. The special course of titration ma y be designed by members of the academy at the request of the respective academi c department head. The academic committee of the Technological Institute, which in solemn meeting (where agreements are recorded in minutes or blog) review and if it meets the academic requirements, recommend in writing to the building prin cipal implementation, who in his case, delivered authorization. The graduate wil l support the act of professional reception, consisting of professional examinat ion and protocol on the date and time designated for this purpose. Note: To know what are the current courses and courses cost visit Technews section-> title an d know dates of application and payment visit our caledario in main menu. STRUCTURE OF THE MONOGRAPH 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). Title (cover). Content. Index charts , graphs and figures. Introduction. General. Development of the subject. Conclus ions Bibliography. OPTION VI 10. Annexes. GLOBAL REVIEW BY AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE In the comprehensive review of areas of knowledge, the graduate will support a r eview of an area of specific knowledge of his career, and preferably on the form on the specialty chosen, consisting of a set of subjects that bring together re lated content and enable students to strengthen their knowledge according to the profile of his career. The graduate will have a maximum period of two months fr om the approval of the review for the submission of the act of professional rece ption, which consist of: • • Phase One: Written statement from a real problem, where the graduate can demonst rate that the knowledge gained through the group of subjects selected, is qualif ied to give or present alternative solutions to the practical problem above, thi s stage being evaluated in writing . Second stage: To answer an oral examination also based on real practical problems posed by the jury. Third Stage: Protocol. STRUCTURE OF WORK • BUSINESS 1. Cover with title. 2. THE PROBLEM. 3. Method resolution. 4. Results. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MEMORY OPTION VII The memory consists of professional experience in the development of a technical report of a project developed for the production or service sector, or a summar y of professional innovation of systems, equipment or technical improvement of a process. To file a report of professional experience, the graduate must have a minimum of three semesters experience in the workplace that matches your specialty, presenting relevant evi dence. The theme of the memory of professional experience will be defined by the candidate considered by the academy in question and, if authorized by the acade mic department head. The graduate will have a consultant approved by the academi c department head, considering the proposal for the academy. The candidate will support the act of professional reception, consisting of exhibition of the work developed, professional examination and protocol. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1. Acknowledgements and dedication (optional). 2. Content. 5. Index charts, graphs and figures. 6. asis. 8. Description of the project or activities on or economic or social impact. 10. Conclusions. BY AVERAGE SCHOOLING OPTION VIII Title (cover). 3. Abstract. 4. Introduction. 7. Theoretical b and contributions. 9. Evaluati 11. Bibliography. 12. Annexes.

Schooling on average is considered to meet the graduate condition for graduation without any professional work, having obtained an outstanding grade arithmetic average. To which the candidate is entitled to perform the act of receiving trai ning through schooling on average, must have obtained a general arithmetic avera ge greater than or equal to 90 in the total of his career, having established at

least 90% of subjects in the normal course . In the case of graduates whose gen eral arithmetic average is equal to or greater than 98 in total in his career,€g round having 100% of its normal course or courses in first global review, is ent itled to be granted HONORABLE MENTION. The head of academic department chair sha ll appoint the jury that the act of professional reception, considering the prop osal for the academy. The graduate will be presented to the act of professional reception, consisting of protocol, on the date and time designated for this purp ose. IX SCHOOLING OPTION FOR GRADUATE STUDIES It is considered by graduate education to meet the graduate condition for gradua tion without making any professional work, having completed specialized studies or part of a master in the NTIS or other higher education institution of prestige that has official recogni tion from the Directorate General of Professions of the SEP. May be titrated for graduate school candidates to issue a specialization or expertise to provide kn owledge and skills to support the professional performance of graduates in their professional profile. The candidate to support the act of receiving professiona l option shall be credited 100% of the credits for a specialization or 40% of cr edits of a master propaedeutic, obtaining a score of 80 (eighty one hundred basi s) at least every one of the subjects. The school services department of the ins titution where you studied or filed by the candidate, issued a record of your qu alifications and a copy of the syllabus for the graduate program. The head of ac ademic department chair shall appoint the jury that the act of professional rece ption, considering the proposal for the academy. The graduate will support the a ct of professional reception, consisting of protocol, on the date and time desig nated for this purpose. OPTION X RESIDENCE BUSINESS REPORT It is the final report that accredits residency training in which the graduate a nalyzes and reflects on lessons learned and draws conclusions related to their f ield of specialty. The work may be submitted individually or up to five resident s who participated in the project. The graduate will support the act of professi onal reception, consisting of professional examination and protocol, on the date and time designated for this purpose. INITIAL PROJECT STRUCTURE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Cover with tentative title. Background. THE PROBLEM. Objectives. Justification. Hypothesis. Method. Schedule. Evaluation or economic or social impact. STRUCTURE 10. Sources. FINAL REPORT 1. Cover with title. 2. Printing Office approval. 3. Acknowledgements 4. Abstrac t. 5. Indices. 6. Introduction. 7. Fundamentals. 8. Method. 9. Results 10. Concl usions. 11. Recommendations 12. Sources 13. Annexes FOR THE OPTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VII YX PROCEDURE When the counselor authorizes the candidate's professional work, will be allocat ed over three synod, which will be given a copy for review. Shall examine the wo rk presented for acceptance, modification or rejection. If the jury finds changi ng work, shall specify in writing the applicant, what are those changes, which s chedules shall be considered by the sustainer. When the work is approved without reservation, coordination of certification determined date and time for submiss ion to the act of professional reception and issued the official authorization t o bind printing in the official and delivered in original and six copies. In cas

e of approval on any of the options shall be issued for the minutes of receipt. PROCEDURE FOR THE OPTIONS VI, VIII, IX and X Options VI and X - Go to the coordination of certification by the procedure. Opt ions VIII and IX .- After satisfying the requirements for school services, coord ination of certification program the date and time of presentation to act profes sional reception. REFERENCES DGIT. Manual of procedures for obtaining the degree. DGIT. City, Mexico. Institu to Tecnológico de Ciudad Juárez. 1995. Guidelines for writing thesis papers and research reports. (Internal document, Jaime Sánchez Leal, ed.) ITCJ, Ciudad Juar ez, Chih. IAP. Manual for the preparation and presentation of theses, reports an d research reports, monographs and reports. Instituto Tecnológico de Ciudad Juár ez. 2000. Multiple Guide to: Managing business address, business address report, business address memory and research reports. Metal Academy of Mechanics, ITCJ, Ciudad Juarez, Chih. ITCJ Mailbox E ITCJ Services DirTel MapaTec BIVITEC Other Tecs Switchboard: (656) 688-2500 Comments: webmaster Fax: (656) 688-2501 Information: (656) 688-2515

Technical Report Structure: * Cover with title * Table of Contents * List of tab les and figures (if applicable) * Introduction * Fundamentals * Technical develo pment * Conclusions * Recommendations * Glossary (if applicable) * Sources * Att achments (if applicable) The graduated with a maximum of two months from the app roval of the review for the submission of the Act Recepcional Professional, cons ists of three stages: 1 .- Written statement from a real problem, where the grad uate can demonstrate that with knowledge acquired through the selected subjects are trained to give or present alternative solutions alproblema practical ground s, this stage being assessed in writing. 2 .- Responding to an oral examination also based on real practical problems posed by the jury. 3 .- Protocol. The numb er of evaluation sessions, as well as time and percentage of each stage, Sranan determined by the jury.