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TM 7903--Professional Development 1 is the third in a sequence of seven courses that are intended to reinforce the fundamental relationship between practice and academic learning in the BAC educational model. This course helps to prepare students for the comprehensive project studio in the fourth semester by emphasizing practice-based learning related to Building Systems and Technology. Students learn to make connections between academic coursework and practice-based learning through a series of reflective self-assessments and reports. Progress is defined and evaluated using BAC's Student Learning Contract in Practice, a set of standards and learning outcomes that specify skills, areas of knowledge, and leadership expectations that aim to lead the student through a process of incremental professional development toward successful completion of Practice Component degree requirements.
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