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Professional Behavior

Professional behavior can be demonstrated when following standards of good practice when serving the needs of others, as well as being accountable for choices made and subsequent consequences. Respect for peers, faculty, and supervisors in a professional setting, including the classroom, is expected from a professional.

Examples of settings in which to demonstrate professional behavior include:
  • Classroom
  • Peer meetings
  • Advising meetings
  • Meetings with professors
  • Presentations

Students proficient in demonstrating professional behavior are characterized by the following behaviors:
  • Completes tasks and responsibilities as assigned
  • Plans ahead to allow adequate time to complete assigned tasks and responsibilities.
  • Prioritizes workload
  • Punctual for scheduled responsibilities
  • Respectful when addressing others
  • Assumes personal responsibility for learning
  • Acknowledges personal strengths and weaknesses

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