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What is the definition of the term "Professional courses" in the academic field ?

Usually medicine and engineering from the graduate level are included in the term "Professional course". Is there any other courses included in the term. If so, which are those courses ?

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  • 8 years ago
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    A professional course is a course that leads to a professional qualification. A professional qualification will entitle u to register with a professional body like the Institution of Engineers, Medical Association, Association of Chartered Accountants, etc. Regarding your second question, it's obvious that it is the respective professional body that decides.

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  • Erika
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    3 years ago

    Coursers Definition

  • 8 years ago

    Professional certification, trade certification, or professional designation, often called simply certification or qualification, is a designation earned by a person to assure qualification to perform a job or task. Many certifications are used as post-nominal letters indicating an earned privilege from an oversight professional body acting to safeguard the public interest.

    There are three general types of certification. Listed in order of development level and portability, they are: corporate (internal), product-specific, and profession-wide.

    Corporate, or internal certifications, are made by a corporation or low-stakes organization for internal purposes. For example, a corporation might require a one-day training course for all sales personnel, after which they receive a certificate. While this certificate has limited portability – to other corporations, for example – it is the most simple to develop.

    Product-specific certifications are more involved, and are intended to be referenced to a product across all applications. This approach is very prevalent in the information technology (IT) industry, where personnel are certified on a version of software or hardware. This type of certification is portable across locations (for example, different corporations that use that software), but not across other products.

    The most general type of certification is profession-wide. Certification in the medical profession is often offered by particular specialties. In order to apply professional standards, increase the level of practice, and possibly protect the public (though this is also the domain of licensure), a professional organization might establish a certification. This is intended to be portable to all places a certified professional might work. Of course, this generalization increases the cost of such a program; the process to establish a legally defensible assessment of an entire profession is very extensive. An example of this is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), which would not be certified for just one corporation or one piece of accountancy software but for general work in the profession.

    Other courses under professional courses are:-----

    ◦3.1 Accountancy, Auditing and Finance

    ◦3.2 Aviation

    ◦3.3 Business

    ◦3.4 Chiropractic

    ◦3.5 Computer technology

    ◦3.6 Disaster Management

    ◦3.7 Elections and Voter Registration

    ◦3.8 Environment

    ◦3.9 Economic development

    ◦3.10 Language education

    ◦3.11 Legal affairs

    ◦3.12 Logistics & Transport

    ◦3.13 Medicine

    ◦3.14 Physical Asset Management

    ◦3.15 Plumbing

    ◦3.16 Project Management

    ◦3.17 Security

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  • 3 years ago

    A professional course is one which enables someone, upon qualification, to be licensed to practice. Such a licensed person will operate under the relevant laws of the respective country and subject to international standards and best practice for that profession. The best known professional courses are medicine, engineering, law and accountancy.

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  • 3 years ago

    professional courses is college level courses designed to target those who are in or about to enterin technology feilds

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