My resolution for Master of Science in structural engineering or construction management is an attempt to quench my thirst of knowledge and chip in to field by positive research. From consultants of my professors and careful perusal of web-pages of university, I am persuaded that my career will be in best hands at the University of X. Not only was I attracted by its distinguished faculty, splendid laboratory facilities and high reputation but also by quality of research going on. My choice of this specialization is motivated by its multidisciplinary nature which will broaden my horizons and give me flexibility in professional practice. Those perspectives will let me have a clearer idea about the limitations of my own country and possible improvements that we can make.
Motivational Letter (Mechanical Engineering) At this stage of my career, I feel confident that my educational and professional qualification have strengthen my goals and have developed a keen desire in me to pursue master’s course (M.Sc.) in Mechanical Engineering from your esteemed university. This would allow me to delve deeper into individual aspects of Design and Manufacturing by studying them in greater detail and also to gain practical experience. Being an engineer, it always had been a passion for me to explore the world of machines, the world of designing. How these computer controlled machines works and how automations can be integrated into a machine very effectively to achieve what desired and this is what boosted me to pursue a graduate study in it.
Personal satisfaction has also played a key role in decisions relating to my career. I enjoy acquiring new skills and information which helps me to adapt to a fast-changing world as well as pique my interest in innovation. In addition, a career with open prospects would give me constant incentive to improve myself and to gain more knowledge. The first year lectures of my undergraduate study were freshman courses that I was already familiar with. However, in consequent years, the versatility and facile nature of Computers made
Through this élite program, I have actively attended seminars and lectures, most of which were organized as students giving reports. Such a teaching-like experience empowered me to explain ideas in a courteous and timely manner. Moreover, digging in those interesting books like Real Analysis (Elias M. Stein & Rami Shakarchi), Probability Theory and Examples (Durrett R.) motivated me to look into diverse fields within mathematics. I was amazed that some seemingly unrelated subjects could be abstracted into a unified theory and many theories that was intimating once to me became special example in more advanced
The famous quote “Change is the only permanent thing in the world”, is very apt in the field of Computers. The persistent question of “what next?” leads to reinventing and opens up new challenges. Many exciting discoveries, applications of computer science are yet to come and I want to be a part of this process of exploration, discovery and invention. This is a major motivation for me to continue my studies and understand the evolution of the discipline. Having acquired a strong foundation in the computer science concepts through the rigorous undergraduate program and experience in IT industry, I now feel that graduate studies would be the next ideal step for my career growth.
I sincerely believe that graduation at Windsor University will be an ideal step in this direction. My fascination towards Civil Engineering began at an early age when I saw construction of some unique structure in front of me. I always tried to the best of my ability to pursue my interests and this resolute passion propelled me to choose Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as major subjects in high school as I knew that they were my forte. This interest developed into a determination to study the subject deeply and contribute to original research in the field which led to me selecting Civil Engineering as my core field for my undergraduate studies. It was the field of Construction Management which particularly captured my interest.
However, the versatility of the experiments and researches that I have been involved with after my graduation has made me interested and open to a wide range of geotechnical engineering topics. I enthusiastically intend to complete a Ph.D. program and I hope to pursue my graduate studies at the University of New Mexico. I believe that my desire for research and my diverse educational and work background will provide me with the base needed to pursue a prestigious PhD program in civil engineering, specifically in geotechnical engineering. My intentions for applying to the Ph.D. Program at University of New Mexico is due to its honorable faculty, high quality of study, and strong research facilities.
This fueled my curiosity and inspired me to choose courses related to Mechanical Engineering discipline for undergraduate study. In college, my interest and imagination were strengthened by courses like Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics they being natural extensions of physics and also demanded a high
In fact, I have an administrative internship position waiting for me now. The application assignments that I completed as part of my coursework increased my confidence in my ability to be an effective leader. More importantly, I gained a great wealth of knowledge about the art of teaching that helped me grow as a teacher. I will be able to lead teachers more effectively by improving myself and my professional practice. Earning my master’s degree from Walden certainly helped me grow as a teaching
Pursuing engineering as my future was a natural decision to be taken because of my love towards science and technology. To study in this field, I had to overcome hurdles, a common entrance examination, which I had to take along with hundreds of thousands of students, all aspiring to get through. I passed with great desire, being placed in the top 1.5% of all students who took the examination. I took up Mechanical Engineering in prestigious Koneru Lakshmaiah University as my undergraduate