Assignment: You should now have your career plan well defined. The next step is to develop aneducational plan to make it come true. If you need an AA or AAS (2 year degree) or certificateto complete your plan then this is your educational goal, if you need a bachelors degree (4 yeardegree) to complete your plan then this will be your educational goal. In either case you need aneducational plan; this plan will consist of three parts. Complete the following questions andattached this document to your Education Plan drop box: (if you have not chosen a major yet,choose one that you may be interested in) 1. Question: What is the title of your career and what is your job title? (example, Career title – Criminal Justice, Job title – Police Officer.) Answer: Programmer analyst 2. Question: How long will it take you realistically to complete your degree or certificate? (Create a timeline). Answer: Sophomore Year-Be sure you take the right courses Meet with your counselor and review your goals. Register for AP, honors and advanced courses, if available. Junior Year-Meet with your school counselor to review your academic plan. Conduct web research and request information from colleges and universities of interest. Narrow down your list of other colleges. Senior Year - Fall Semester-Review courses and graduation requirements with your counselor. Take exams for any AP or college-level courses completed. Finish the school year strong.
Conduct final visits to top schools (if necessary).3. Question: Attach a copy of your official Education Plan. (You will get this plan from your Student or Faculty Advisor). (You can cut and paste your electronic education plan here). Answer: Winter-2011 REA0017C, ENC0025+LAB AND SLS001 SUMMER 2012 MAT0018 + LAB AND CGS106OC FALL 2012 MAT0028 + LAB ENC1101 and MUL2010 and SYG2000 WINTER 2012 MAT1033 CLS1000C SPC1024 ENC1102