I would like to have this full-time industrial experience right after graduation because I think it is important for me to apply the knowledge that I have learned in school to real problems. I believe this knowledge is requisite to continuing my education and achieving a Master’s degree within an ideally three-year period. I plan to work part-time when furthering my education, providing myself with both the theories I learn in study and the application provided by my job. I hope to get involved with cancer stem-cell research. Moreover, I desire to work domestically and
In order to become a clinical geneticist, I will have to obtain my four year degree in a biological science, attend medical school for four years, and then finish a six year residency. If I did not have to take classes that were not directly associated with my major, I could finish my degree in two years. However, I firmly believe that a liberal arts education is important, thus why I am attending a liberal arts
Due to the nature of my goals, I know I must become accustomed to studying and taking extra measures to succeed academically. I will take advantage of all my resources, including my books, the internet, and my mentors. This will help me reach my goal of going to medical school. In ten years, I hope to graduate medical school and be pursuing my residency, putting my knowledge to practice in a local hospital. I hope to stay near Belleville, because it is where I grew up and I want to be surrounded by my childhood
Narrative 1 – Autobiography As an incoming transfer student, my goal is to push my creativity, connectivity, and social skills to stimulate my personality and education skills. My intended major is Biomedical Sciences, and this is my first semester at St. Cloud State University since I came in as a transfer student. Since I have enrolled here as a full time student, it is my intention to finish out the rest of my degree here, as this is now my primary campus. St. Cloud State University is the perfect university for me since it is home to an advanced Biomedical Sciences Program, and houses many hands-on lab experiences.
My short-term goal is to complete my bachelor’s degree. I want to do well in all my undergraduate courses and gain as much knowledge as I can. Another short-term goal is to get a job working with patients. I want to work with patients so that I can begin gaining experience with direct-patient care which is a requirement for PA school. My long-term goal is to apply to PA school.
By taking Cell Biology, it not only will provide me with a base level understanding of the foundation of life, but it will also teach me how to further analyze that information and project it into more complex concepts in my world. My major career goal is to be a physician, but before I can accomplish that I have to go to med school, and, without the core fundamentals of life that is taught in Cell Biology, I would have a hard time fully grasping the “why” and “how” of further and more complex processes and concepts that I will have to learn. When it comes to Science courses, my strengths include being detailed oriented, being well organized with assignments and notes, having a photographic memory that easily recalls information once studied, and putting in a great amount of effort because I have a true love for science. However, I am not perfect and I have weaknesses well, which include not always asking for help when I need it, getting hard on myself for not doing well/understanding a certain concept, and waiting for the last couple of days before a test to study. When preparing/studying for an exam, I have a routine that I typically follow.
After extensive research on ETSU’s honors program, I decided that becoming a Buccaneer Scholar is for me. I chose to apply, because the honors program will bring me closer to my dream of becoming a general surgeon by preparing me for the intensity of medical school. In order to succeed at medical school, it is imperative to have passion, confidence, and discipline- qualities that describe an honors scholar. I believe that the challenge of honors will instill the knowledge needed to not only succeed in medical school but throughout my life. Therefore, I chose honors at ETSU as the path that will lead me to my dream.
I would like to apply for your job opening as a Physician Assistant in the Physician Office. After studying at Lincoln Memorial University to achieve my bachelor 's degree in biology, I got accepted into the Physician Assistant program through the Air Force. I have shown dedication to my studies and the United States, which I am currently serving in the Air Force for my eight year service time and plan to continue my career with the Air Force backing me. I have experience of the medical field working with my unit in the 134th division. My experience with the medical field along with my studies makes me an excellent candidate for the job.
I think that I am going to get my bachelors degree in biological and biomedical sciences, and I will complete my schooling at East Carolina University. Then I will go on to become an OB/GYN. For my subspecialty and for what I will be board certified in will probably be, Maternal and fetal medicine and Reproductive endocrinology and infertility. I would try my best to become what I want to be not matter the bumps that will be in the road. Like I said I would love to be an OB/GYN still because like I stated earlier in the paper it is about the experience.
After I finish school at Campbell University I hope to go to graduate school at Winston Salem State University or East Carolina University to get my masters degree in occupational therapy. After I am done with school I hope to move close to home in work in a hospital setting or I would like to work specifically with children who need therapy. To obtain a degree in occupational therapy you must get your master’s degree or you can choose to get a doctoral degree. To get your master’s degree you must get a bachelors degree first and require certain courses such as biology and physiology. Many programs also require you to have volunteered or worked in an occupational therapy setting.
Prior to medical school, Doctor Clifford Dacso studied the philosophy of science4 and although this field does not directly correlate with his work as a doctor today, it gave him the foundation he needed to become the established and awarded scientist he is today. Dr. Dacso has an extensive list of education, as he has returned to study at many universities post-doc. Besides graduating as a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), he is also a Master of Arts (M.A.) and a Master of Public Health (M.P.H.). Furthermore, he has also received his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Pepperdine University.4 Dr. Clifford Dacso is currently a professor of molecular and cell biology at the Baylor School of Medicine.1 In his research, Dr. Dacso aspires
Growing up as a young girl I was always told that my attitude was perfect for me to become a lawyer – I never lost an argument. I took the advice and I ran with it. I boasted about becoming a lawyer. I started to research the various types of lawyers, their median salaries and the amount of years it would take me in school and to advance in my practice. Although I was focused on pursuing a career in the law I was also intrigued by the medical field.
I just completed my Bachelor of Science in Nursing and look forward to exploring nursing theory, evidence-based practice and leadership even further in the advance practice curriculum. I am pursuing family nurse practitioner because it will allow me to be more versatile in my nursing skills and serve a larger patient population. There has been a focus on primary care medicine since the Affordable Care Act; resulting in a larger need for nurse practitioners required to care for this patient population. I have been granted an opportunity to advance my career and I am more than ready to take on the added responsibilities and handle treatment plans autonomously, as well as learning additional skills such as diagnosing and prescribing medications. By obtaining my graduate level education my clinical judgment would be enhanced to improve safety, quality of care and patient outcomes substantially.
I currently have a Bachelors of Arts in Aging Studies and use that degree working with the older adult population at a Skilled Nursing Facility. I'm working on my prerequisites to obtain my second Bachelors in Nursing, where I'm hoping to become a Registered Nurse. In the interim I'm looking to work for an organization that focuses on providing quality healthcare so that I can continue to gain valuable knowledge that will help me be successful in my short term and long term goals as a healthcare provider.
My #1 goal is to become a pediatric oncology/hematology Nurse Practitioner. When I was 10 I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and T-cell disease. That experience changed my life and helped me establish what career I wanted. The nurses and doctors that took care of me while I was sick were wonderful and became like family to me; the kept me strong when I was weak and made my weeks in the hospital bearable.