Bachelor's degree Essays

  • The Importance Of Bachelor's Degree

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    My purpose of choosing this topic is because it is related to our university life and future. This essay will be able to tell other students that bachelor’s degree is certainly important and an investment that you won’t regret it. Quite a number of student do not understand the reason to pursue a bachelor’s degree, and with a lot of example that a degree may not earn more than a diploma or drop-out student, story of Jack Ma and Bill Gates will certainly affect a lot of students. To be like Jack Ma

  • College Entry Essay: Obtaining A Bachelor's Degree

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    journey towards working in those professions. For me, returning to college means preparing myself with essential knowledge and experience and laying out the foundation for a future career in a field that I know I will love. Obtaining my second bachelor’s degree in STEM will open up a myriad of new opportunities for me and allow me to explore a career that I am unwaveringly passionate about. When I was a child, I had an insatiable thirst for learning. My shelves were filled to the brim with books, both

  • Personal Statement: Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree In Psychology

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    and instantly fell in love. It was like staring in the eyes of a young Marlon Brando. I was fascinated by the different studies and fields of this subject. Motivated by my unconditional love for psychology, I plan to earn a bachelor’s degree in psychology and master’s degree in social work. I want to immerse myself into the world of psychology and learn as much as I can about human behavior and the human psyche. I would like to pursue a career as a social

  • I Pursue My Bachelor's Degree In Nursing

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    from the others. I have always wished to accomplish my Bachelor’s degree in nursing by the end of this year in December 2018. I have been working so much and concentrated all my attention, now since this is the final year of my studies at the university. The feeling of accomplishing my degree comforts me the most since I know that I will be working as a nurse helping people in the areas that I will get a job. Finishing of my nursing degree is an indication of moving to a different professional level

  • Essay: I Want To Pursue A Bachelor's Degree

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    It is this epigram that motivated me to dream big right from my childhood days. It has provided me a great inspiriting force and stairway to success in various spheres of my life. I have always been preoccupied with Science and it has been more of a phenomenon to me from my young days. And now, I would like to pursue M.S in Electrical Engineering. I believe in working hard and remain steadfast to achieve my aim irrespective of any hurdles that come in life. This strong faith in my abilities, zeal

  • Pursuing A Bachelor's Degree Essay

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    the average person to make the decision to pursue a bachelor’s degree. In North America, most people graduate university in their early twenties. My path has been quite different from the norm; I am in my mid-thirties, married, a mom of a toddler, I have a full time office job and I am currently taking four 3 credit hour courses in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. I often look back and wonder why it has taken me so long to complete a bachelor’s degree. It is not because I am a lazy person or because

  • ' America´s Most Overrated Product: The Bachelor's Degree By Marty Nemko

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    A Rhetorical Analysis “America’s Most Overrated Product: The Bachelor’s Degree” A bachelor’s degree just to drive a taxi cab? It might be the future of many college graduates according to Marty Nemko. In a June, 2008 edition of the Chronical of Higher Education in an article titled “America’s Most Overrated Product: The Bachelor’s Degree” Nemko argues that a four year college degree may not be worth the cost, and not the right choice for most high school graduates. For past generations, it has been

  • Personal Narrative: My Bachelor's Degree

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    Kenia Racquelle Bonner One of my biggest accomplishments in life was graduating college with my Bachelor’s Degree. Despite the fact that I 've experienced a terrible separation between my parents, it lead me to become a strong, yet competent individual. At the age of twelve, although I was too young to understand the term "independence" I took on the responsibility. Cooking for my younger siblings, and helping around the house while my mother worked endless hours to provide for our family. During

  • Bachelor's Degree In Healthcare Administration Career Essay

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    I have chosen to get my Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration at Kaplan University, because of the high demand in the healthcare profession. As a Healthcare Administrator, I am required to have strong communication skills and leadership ability. Being an administrator I must be able to make decisions and delegate authority, while managing all levels of medical and administrative personnel. Our job is to manage, direct and coordinate medical services in a variety of settings. It is our responsibility

  • Why I Want To Pursue A Bachelor's Degree

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    It is with great interest that I submit my application for the Charley Bailey Fellowship. I was born in Sudan and raised across three different continents. Having traveled the world my entire life, I feel fortunate to have walked, experienced, lived and interacted with diverse people on three continents. From a very young age, multiple cultures and international conflicts have touched and shaped my life. This awareness of the world has fueled my profound fascination with the study of inequality

  • Reflection On The California Career Zone Website

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    $77,690 - $170,720. This is obviously a job thats high in demand because of all of the technology in our everyday lives. In the year 2020, 99,600 are expected to employed with this job in California. Most of these occupations require a four year bachelor’s

  • My Career Goals At SUNY Old Westbury Majoring In Criminal Justice

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    aspirations was having a career in law enforcement. After receiving my associate degree, I continued my education at SUNY Old Westbury majoring in Criminology. It is here, where I learned more about criminality from a systematic perspective; but also from a sociological view. I also learned more about myself, realizing that what I really wanted to be is a lawyer. I graduated from Old Westbury in spring of 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Criminology. After graduating with my undergraduate, I spent time assessing

  • Become An Occupational Therapist

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    the Health Science program at Manchester Community College in Manchester, NH. My intentions are to transfer to a four-year college for a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy and then continue on to a Master’s degree. My goal is to become an Occupational Therapist with a focus on children with special needs. I recently added a dual enrollment to my degree in the Infant/ Toddler Lead Teacher certification program to gain experience in the Early Childhood Education field in a school setting.

  • Lookout Scholars Scholarship

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    Having the unique perspective of an immigrant, who has had to overcome numerous obstacles to become integrated into American society while maintaining my roots, has motivated me to make the most of my education. Thus, being surrounded by and working alongside like-minded, driven individuals with differing, yet relatable backgrounds excites me, and I know that I will have this opportunity as a member of the Lookout Scholars Program. To be in an environment with other first-generation college students

  • Career Essay: A Career As A Physical Assistant

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    Athletic, humorous, and respectful. These are a few words I would use to describe myself. I have been attending Udall High School for thirteen years now and it has been an amazing school. The teachers become your friends and your friends become your family. My parents are Chad and Shandra Tharp and they have three children, Samantha, Elizabeth, and myself. Both my parent’s families have grown up in Udall, so I feel like Udall is a part of me. I am currently working at Sonic Drive-In and plan

  • Career Accomplishment Report

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    Reaching all our goals is a great accomplishment, as well as furthering our education to compete for a great job. My main accomplishment is to graduate from Stanislaus State and find a great agency that will provide what I’m looking for. I’ve researched six potential agencies that interest me and that can be a great fit. The FBI, Turlock Police Department, Stan Co Sheriff, CHP, Probation and Cordical Psychological Clinic these agencies caught my attention and possibility of a future employment opportunity

  • Philosophical Analysis: Improving Critical Thinking Skills

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    1. Philosophical analysis is an essential tool for the improvement of our critical thinking skills. The world have introduced to us different ideas about life, death and the existence of God, and thinking about these concepts could sometimes be really confusing. The only effective way to analyze these kinds of concepts is through critical thinking, breaking down the broad and big questions into smaller and more specific questions to understand them better. Having a critical mind makes one wiser

  • The Influence Of Active Listening In Social Work

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    Social work interviews are purposeful conversations between practitioners and clients designed to facilitate cooperative working relationships by focusing on needs, wants, problems, resources, and solutions. They include attention to both verbal and nonverbal expression (listening, responding, body positioning, facial expressions, and gestures). Skills utilized are also influenced by setting and purpose. (Bibliographies, 2015) Preparing for this interview with a client who was 59 years old and

  • Case Study: Huma Human Intelligence Technology

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    Introduction As a complementary step with my academic career at Notre Dame University, I decided to seek an internship which would give me access on real life situations in the field of business. I chose to do that at Human Intelligence Technology located in Jdeideh, Lebanon (currently relocated to Rabweh, Lebanon). Although I’m a management student, I chose the marketing department since there was more to learn in that specific department ranging from competitive analysis to salesmanship and pricing

  • Social Norms Theory Analysis

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    Social Norms Theory Intervention (Background) An analysis of Perkins and Berkowitz (1986) showed their approach using social norms theory worked in reducing binge drinking. Social norm theory would suggest that students consume alcohol in college and university in attempts to “fit in” (Perkins & Berkowitz, 1986). Many students have misperceptions on the drinking norms among their peers, but will use this perception to guide their behaviours and attitude towards drinking (Glider et. al, 2001). There