It’s not with every college that one may come across opportunities such as those Westminster offers to its students. After visiting the school and attending a breakout session for the Honors Program, I knew that I had to apply. The program immediately appealed to me for multiple reasons, a couple of these being its challenging nature and uniqueness. In not many other places can students have sit-down conversations with guest speakers and get one-on-one attention from professors. In not many other programs would I have the opportunity to write a graduate level Honors Thesis my senior year.
My future education may be long and difficult, but something that will be all worth it in the end. I will probably strive for my masters or possibly more. It all depends on what the future holds. This a scary thought if you really think about it, but taking the right steps, such as college will improve my odds tremendously. Working hard and staying on task may be a struggle at times, I must remember to push forward to achieve my goals and not to give up so easily.
AFter these first four years my life will give me many options. Those as of now will be studying a little more to become a teacher or attending college for four more years in hopes of retaining a doctorate for pharmacy. In the next stage of my life I hope to be a teacher or pharmacist. Both of these professions will
Please find this letter as notification as of Monday, June 4th I have a new administrative assistant. Her name is Laura Nunn. Laura is a junior at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a marketing major. She expects to graduate in May 2014 and pursue her masters degree at UTEP; therefore, I expect her to stay with me for a while. After almost five years (four years seven months to be exact)
A four-year university would allow me to do both. Transferring is the most logical course of
Currently, I am a senior at Livermore High School. After graduating high school, I aspire to become an Optometrist. I believe this career will be perfect for me, due to the fact that I will be able to work in various settings, make a difference in other’s lives, and maintain a flexible schedule. However, in order to achieve this goal, I will have to spend at least eight years in school.
To become a pediatric occupational therapist I must obtain my master’s degree. This means four more years of schooling after I receive my associate’s degree, with a total of six years. To receive my master’s degree I will most likely be put in the position of speaking in front of my classmates. When I am put into this situation I would like to be able to handle it under control. I know I will never be the world’s best public speaker
Is a College Degree Worth the Cost of Tuition? Have you ever drive by a big, beautiful, college campus? Have you ever caught yourself dreaming about what it would be like to attend? Some people argue that going to college isn’t worth the cost of tuition, but college can be a great place to explore your personal interests and a place where you can learn how to incorporate things you love into your job. This essay is about all the reasons you should attend, and why it’s worth all of your hard- earned money.
After being done with my four years in college, I am planning to go straight into graduate school. I am up for this challenge even though it will be tough. Some might say that it is crazy to jump into graduate school after college, but I think it will benefit me in a way that my mind is still fresh and full of knowledge instead of taking a two or three year break. Then, I will look for a job after that; working in an environment in which I am studying for while in graduate school to help pay for my
I have already confirmed that we will revise the paper (JSS-D-16-00240). However, I would like to require more time (two weeks, at the most) to complete the revision because there is still a reasonable amount of work to proofread the paper. Please let me know if this is possible. If not, we keep on the same deadline and will do our best to handle the paper with all reviewers
In-game, displaying user names seems to be the preferred method of identifying users. Out of 38 games, a system generated ID was displayed in only 13. Out of those, viewing another players ID was only possible in 3. In contrast, 28 games dis-played user names . User names can be chosen by the player himself.