After carefully evaluating my abilities, desire to widen and reform my knowledge and aspiration to advance my career, I wish to pursue a Master’s degree in Computer Science at College. My goal is to work on the contemporary issues in the Information Technology industry and employ the knowledge to provide better solutions to the complex IT challenges. In the years to come, I envision myself as a lead architect designing systems which will get smarter and more customizable through interactions with data, devices and people. My whole life has been a multi-faceted learning curve which has prepared me to take the academic challenges of the graduate life.
Computer Science intrigues me because I am able to solve problems and use my imagination to produce unique software that helps others. My dream job is one that deals with computers and robotics. I believe that I can truly make a difference with innovative and well-engineered technology. It all started in middle school when my brother introduced me to a website called codecademy.com. Ever since, I have been fascinated with the lines of code that could solve problems, create games and websites, program robots, and the list goes on!
The advisors here at PLU are easy to get in contact with and they will help me by guiding me to succession when I’m lost with where my major is headed. They will also make sure that I am on track to graduate on time. The library can also help me at PLU by helping me succeed academically with their resources. Thankfully when I lose sense of my identity, I know I can find resources within my Tacoma community and PLU community because they would love and feel satisfied to see my grow and be a part of my college experience.
Taking a self-assessment is never easy and is only beneficial when you are honest with yourself about where you are in certain areas of your life. In taking the self-assessment I had to take an in-depth look at myself in each of the areas identified, and that was not easy. I did learn, however, that I was stronger in some areas after thinking about it and taking a hard-look at each area. Also, it surprised me that I have changed and grown in certain areas and gained definite strength.
I have had a strong inclination and passion for the field of analytics and computing, right from high school years through university and into my working career. My passion towards computers started with my introduction to the computer programming language BASIC in grade 6th where I created simple routines to understand programming. In high school I took my interest forward and elected for computer science as one of my primary subjects. At the time Object Oriented and high level programming languages were at the peak of their prominence in the education sector. Those initial high school years of dabbling with OOP through C++, helped shape my career path.
I’ve known since a young age that computers hold a special sway over me- even as a child perched on my uncle’s lap, I loved watching him type programs on his boxy computer with half the memory space as the computer I program on now. The most mesmerizing aspect of computers, to me, was the way their games brought people in and how much everyone loved their stories and characters. It’s been my goal ever since I learned that, yes, people make those games, to become a software developer capable of inventing worlds within a disk. The issue with making content everyone loves, of course, is figuring out what everyone wants and sometimes even changing it. This is probably the biggest struggle I 've seen my classmates face, we 've become such a fact and skill-oriented generation that we 've overlooked being able to talk to people.
A precocious student and a nascent computer scientist, Anushrav’s hallmarks are perspicacity, perseverance and single-minded focus. Although computers are introduced to the students in junior school, yet the Eleventh grade marks a transition to a much higher difficulty level from what is taught up to the middle school. I am proud to say that Anushrav seamlessly implemented object oriented
First, I would like to add expertise in Business Analytics, System Analysis, Design Data and Project Management to reinforce the portfolio of skills I have developed through my academic and professional experiences to date while following my passion for these subjects. Second, univ name is one of the reputed institutions and I would welcome an opportunity to learn from the highly informed faculty members and to make my own contribution to their on-going development. Third, a graduation degree from univ name will open doors through which I can achieve my career objectives and enjoy a brighter future. With an MS in MIS from univ name, it won’t be long before I reach my full potential and achieve my
Lifelong learning means the process of learning and understanding about computer will never end. It is because computing industry keeps on upgrading and has a high quality features every day. Therefore, the learning in computing industry will never have an ending. Computing industry is one of the fastest growing fields.
For example, engineers, architects, designers and filmmakers use computers to design things. Teachers, researchers and writers use computer for research and word processing. Technology has advanced so remarkably that computer systems are being used by every industry to improve efficiency and to stay ahead of their competitors. Businesses today have a wide range of uses for computers. Computers are very useful in the education field and can improve student performance in learning.
The main reason I want to attend vocational school is to prepare myself for life after high school. I have always been fascinated with computers, and how they connect our entire world. Though computers are still fairly new, they are ever advancing. Computers are the future of the modern world, and I want to learn everything there is to know about them. Every big company needs people to manage their computer systems.
I will learn the basics and fundamentals of coding, so I can go into a class and apply it. Second place is to take a computer science class at UNCC to get the experience. This is where I will learn how to code from teachers and use the lab to apply my studies and notes on there. Others should be open to learn how to code because technology is evolving and will be with us for a long time.
However, the ideal mentor would foremost share my passion for research and social entrepreneurship. Someone that would be able to expand my academic horizons while encouraging innovation in altruism. I would like my mentor to be knowledgeable about fluid dynamics, mathematics and engineering. This would ensure they would be able to answer and assist in research questions I may have when developing this air conditioning unit. Additionally, I would also like someone who will help me develop my servant leadership.
I was drawn to it originally because of its exciting location, dedication to service, strong computer science program, and relationship with Silicon Valley. These are the same things that are drawing me back to it. Its strong academics will maintain my record of a challenging course load, while a life in vibrant San Francisco will provide a very different environment than rural South Hadley. Its commitment to social justice and involved learning aligns with my own goals for education. I am particularly looking forward to joining the Foghorn newspaper, taking courses in comparative literature, and offering my assistance to the CS4SF program.
This program will allow me to learn about different aspects of the world and how someone like me can make a difference. I also hope to achieve an amazing educational experience and connect with new people. I wish to enroll in the Early College Program because I want to prove to myself the person I can grow to