Your total submission (the discussion of three courses) must be at least 250 words long.
Think about what classes you took and what accomplished in them. The successful Curriculum summary is about showing rather than just telling. This is your time to show off your best work, focusing on particular skills. For example, pick an assignment (project ) where you did a particularly strong job. Fully describe your work. Prove that you can do what you say you can do. This involves making the important distinction AWAY from just a list of your courses and what you did in them—to who you are as a professional and a creative problem solver.
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This section requires you to review your upper-level course work 3000-level and above. Think about what classes you took and what accomplished in them. The successful Curriculum section is about showing rather than just telling. This is your time to show off your best work, focusing on particular skills. For example, pick an assignment (project or paper) where you did a particularly strong job. Fully describe your work. Prove that you can do what you say you can do. This involves making the important distinction AWAY from just a list of your courses and what you did in them—to who you are as a professional and a creative problem solver.
As you list and discuss your advanced course work, you’ll give your readers a glimpse into (1) what you know, as well as what skills you have developed (2) how you have met (or can meet) challenges, (3) how you can help others.
In my American Government Class, I was assigned to analyze an issue within an area of environmental policy and propose a solution. This project required research and writing skills, policy analysis, and critical thinking. I chose to write about the environmental policies and problems associated with the practice of industrial agriculture. This particular area of environmental policy is one that I continue to independently research, and I am passionate about educating others on the existence of this problem. In my appendix, I have uploaded my Environmental Policy paper “Industrial Farms and Florida’s Algae Crisis: Myths and Facts We All Need to Understand.” In that paper, my research helped me to explain how some of the information about algae blooms is hype and hysteria, but other information matters a lot, if we are going to have government policies and regulations that protect drinking water and tourism. Outside of class, I have written two letters to the editor about this issue. I sent one letter to the Miami Herald (It wasn’t published but I think I raised important points) and I sent another letter to The Beacon, FIU’s student-run newspaper. That editorial letter was published in June 2019. Copies of both letters are in the appendix to this report.
In my Environmental Engineering class, one main assignment had us analyze how climate change affects a topic of my choice, then write and send a letter to a politician about my findings and make educated policy recommendations. I chose to research how climate change effects cities and the strategies that are being used now to develop climate-friendly cities. I wrote my letter to the governor of Florida. For the purposes of this report, I have attached my annotated bibliography for the assignment to showcase the research that went into the letter. I thoroughly enjoyed this assignment, and it is one of the reasons that I got interested in incorporating sustainability in my future career path.
In my Business Writing class ENC3213, our final independent
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