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Professional Preparedness

Upon graduation, you will be aware of how to formally or casually present yourself in the workplace or graduate school. You’ll understand the nuances of maintaining your demeanor, and you’ll learn to collaborate, communicate, adapt, and “roll with the punches.” Having the ability to understand a situation as well as the capacity to compromise are like gold in the “real” world.

Examples of Professional Preparedness:

  • Internships
  • Clinicals
  • Preceptorships
  • Practicums
  • Attending approved professional preparedness extracurricular activities
  • Presenting at academic conferences such as Streamlines