Designing you Own Degree Plan

| March 22, 2015

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This is the same week be honest with u , i have no idea what the teacher wants from us.i am going for associate, transfering all those paramedic classes that i have taken, can give u a list if u need.took introduction to english reading and writing, took global history before 15century and global history after 15th century.presently taking algebra, american history and this class which is planning and finilizing my degree..i am going for business management .:))
u did week 3-4 and 5-6 assingment..last one i uploaded in the previous order i just placed with u few minutes ago..Thanks
After carefully considering the different investigations and assignments you’ve done in this course, in light of the Area of Study Guidelines, create a list of courses or PLA titles you’d like to include in your degree plan.
Remember this list should address the important questions outlined in “Putting it all Together”:
•Professional Expectations (weeks 3-4): What courses will prepare you for advancement in your career? If graduate school is in your future, what courses should you include that will prepare you for graduate work in your field?
•College Comparison (weeks 5-6): In researching college degrees that are similar to the degree you’ll be desiging, what special content areas, knowledge, or skills are expected for your degree?
•Area of Study Guidelines Part I (weeks 7-8): Which courses do you need to add to your degree plan to address the Area of Study Guidelines for your concentration?
•Designing your Degree (weeks 9-10): Don’t forget specific requirements for associate or bachelor’s degrees!
You and I will refer to your list when designing your degree plan.
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