Yes it is another four years of school but by getting more education and an extended degree gives me more opportunities for better jobs and more money. The career I have chosen to study is business administration. I am hoping that it takes me to a great job managing a company or possibly being an accountant. Before I attended TC3 I went through fourteen years of school. High school, grades nine through twelve were by far the most important four years of my career.
Requirements and Job Opportunities in the Accounting Field Accounting is something I have wanted to do since I was a sophomore in high school. It requires a lot of education. One will have to take a CPA just to get his license. Lastly, an accountant’s job has a lot of varieties. Accounting is a great career that needs a good amount of education, a license, and has a vast amount of possibilities and temptations.
I was the first in my family to attend college and I believe through helping others, they too can become “firsts.” I have accomplished a lot in a short period; however, my journey is not complete until I continue my education. Essentially, this degree will help foster my growth and career success. My passion and dedication will speak for itself. My hard work and determination will prevail and I am a fit more than the next applicant because I have the passion, experience, critical thinking and analytical skills needed to complete this program through successfully arguing my capstone in front of a board or committee. My goals are definitely aligned with this program and I hope my next read is an acceptance letter from the admissions council.
I have gained knowledge in each of my classes, but the greatest piece of information I have gathered is from my Business Competition 109. This course is taught by professors Crawford, Huston, and Polito in St. Francis Hall. The courses goal is to teach us teamwork skills, small business skills (being able to start one and the ability to run it successfully), and the time management since the course is on a schedule. The idea to separate the students into groups, have create a business plan and present there idea to the professors and their fellow classmates. At the end of the semester we present to local business people who will then vote on the top four businesses, taking into account profitability, presentation skills, and the quality of the business plan.
One of my biggest accomplishments was graduating from high school and presiding to attend a community college to further my secondary education. The moment I graduated from high school I wanted to continue and pursue a further education. My education goals include passing all my classes and obtaining all the sixty units to transfer to a four-year university. Walking down an aisle nervous, shaking and thrilled to receive my diploma in business administration is my dream, as well as my long-term goal. Currently I am attending a community college obtaining my units to transfer in due time to a four-year university and receive my MBA in Business.
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During my college classes I will apply for an internship being a CPA’s assistant to step into their shoes and see if this is what I really would like to do for the rest of my life. But if that should fail, accounting offers many more positions that just a CPA, such as Financial Managers, Sales Manager, Corporate Manager, and also a Supervisor. To become a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) you can sit for the CPA Exam with a Bachelor 's degree, as long as it includes at least 24 semester hours in business, including at least 12 semester hours in
As years passed, I understood the secret of my grandmother sentences. During high school I was one of the outstanding students with the first rank at mathematical major. I chose industrial engineering for my bachelor’s degree at one of the ten top rank universities in my country with full financial support because of my rank at entrance exam. Passing courses inspired me to transfer my information to automotive industrial scope in order to develop my knowledge how theory has been applied to this specific industrial setting. I worked as an intern at several automotive firms and interacted with experts who had invaluable experiences which would be never taught at university where my classmate preferred to pass their courses without perceiving the importance of the relationship between science and industry.
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