I engage in mainly soccer and table tennis activities throughout my entire school year, while during leisure's I take part in dancing activities, most of this by the way was done when I was in Africa. My current intellectual interests are electrical/computer engineering and computer science. Electrical and computer Engineering as you know deals with the integration of several fields of electrical engineering and computer science required to develop both computer hardware and software. Electrical/Computer engineers usually have training in both electronic engineering, software design, and hardware/software integration instead of only software engineering or electronic engineering. It revolves round the hardware and software components of the computer unlike plain old computer engineering which deals mainly on the hardware aspect of it. Electrical/computer engineers take part in almost every aspect of the computer integrated world, they could be described as people with two brains because they have both the knowledge of Hardware and Software on the palm of their hands, so they can take part in either of the jobs which need the involvement of both Computer scientist and Engineers. The design and hardware component of this course brought about the creation of Mechanized computer controlled objects known as robots who help in the day-day activities of humans by making it easier and faster. This major aspect grabbed my interest in this field as those who created the first computer manipulated objects didn't know the capabilities of this new creation and what it could do, my goal is t unlock the full abilities of this object by creating more sophisticated human like robots commonly known as androids which could be used in various aspects of life, from military defense to the replacement of human lost limbs , sounds like a work of fiction The Second of my current intellectual interest is Computer Science. This involves the practical and scientific approach towards
ALGONQUIN COLLEGE (Ottawa)
• Bachelor of Applied Arts – Interior Design
Bachelor of Applied Business – E-business Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Applied Technology in Photonics
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• Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences in Computer and Communication Networking
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LIBERAL ARTS BREADTH AND MY EDUCATION 3
Liberal Arts Breadth and My Education
There are many benefits to getting a Liberal Arts degree in today’s economic market. It is a message to your employer that you are willing to take on new information, and learn more then what is necessary to succeed. It shows initiative and the ability to expand your horizons beyond yourself. In a Liberal Arts education there is more purpose then just learning the career field of choice. It is a program that teaches critical…
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Rhetoric courses help students to develop skills in speaking, writing, listening, and critical reading, and to build competence in research, analysis, and argumentation.
The Interpretation of Literature
Courses in this area provide students with speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in a second language.
interested in my life, 5 high
schools that I have heard of include
School of Science and Engineering
Magnet, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
School for the Talented and Gifted
University High School
Design & Architecture Senior High
. The best high school
out of these five schools that provide my career interest, architecture, is
homas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Yale
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A Bachelor’s degree is usually the first degree that students study after high school; for instance, a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree. The word “Arts” in BA does not stand for the subject matter; it stands for “Liberal Arts”, which means the curriculum for a BA degree has more electives; however, a BSc degree is more directed on a specific field of study, and does not offer as many electives as a BA degree. Merriam-Webster dictionary (2014) defines BA as a bachelor degree…
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE
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Students earning degrees through the College of Business Administration are required to complete:
60 credit hours of non-business coursework
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Tyler Jacques March 13, 2013
The major that I have chosen is called Liberal Arts. There are many reason of why I have chosen this major. One of the reason I have chosen to start off with this major was because I just wanted to get all the classes I needed to take over with already. Another reason was because I wanted to experience what this major had to offer in its wide variety…
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Instrumental Music (for students will little prior wind experience)
Music - Vocal
Music - Band (0.5 credit)
Music - Band
Music - Choir (0.5 credit)
Music - Choir
Music - Keyboard
Music - Jazz Band
Music - Percussion “Offbeat”
Music - Guitar
Dance - Hip Hip and Urban dance
Visual Arts - Film Studies
Financial Accounting Fundamentals
Liberal arts colleges exist to teach undergraduates and only undergrads. That's far different from universities that are designed to focus mainly on faculty research and graduate students. Star professors at many universities, including the Ivies, never go near undergrads. At liberal art college, students can't hide in the back of a large lecture hall because there aren’t any students in a classroom setting. Some introductory courses might have 40 or 50 students, but most are going to be far smaller…