Throughout the semester you have learned about the various engineering disciplines and subdisciplines. You have also learned to use some of the tools and techniques of the profession. As you
finalize your personal career plan, think about how you will apply your new knowledge, skills, and abilities upon graduation to positively impact the world.
-Review of Part 1
• Briefly summarize your passion as you discussed it in Whole Life Concepts Paper, Part 1.
• Briefly summarize how you wish to use your passion to impact the world as you described it in Whole Life Concepts Paper, Part 1.
• In Part 1 of this assignment you researched three existing job opportunities for turning your passion into a career. Briefly summarize, with specific details and examples, the technicalknowledge, skills, and abilities will you need to prepare yourself for success in those jobs.
• Briefly summarize, with specific details, the non-technical knowledge, skills, and abilities will you need to master to prepare yourself for success in the jobs you identified.
-Knowledge and Skills
• Identify the specific academic program (your major, concentration within a major, and potential
need for graduate study) that is the best fit for you in terms of turning your passion into a
career. Identify and detail specific courses and laboratories, the course content and prerequisite requirements that will provide you with the fundamental academic knowledge needed to be successful with your selected academic program. Explain how the academic program you have chosen helps you achieve your desired impact.
• Provide three specific examples of course material you expect to use to achieve your desired impact. For example, you may choose to take a course in nuclear engineering to develop your knowledge of nuclear power plants.
• Identify and provide details of the sources you will use to develop the specific non-technical, non-academic knowledge, skills, and abilities you will need to achieve the impact you desire. Provide three specific examples and explain how the non-technical, non-academic programs you have chosen will help you to in achieving the impact. For example, you may choose to become involved in Toastmasters, Inc. to develop your public speaking capabilities.
-Reflection and Conclusion
• Reflect on the Whole Life Concept and Disciplines model. Summarize three examples of why it is
important to you at this stage of your academic/professional career.
• Reflect on this assignment and the work you have devoted to it. Describe in detail and provide
three examples of how this assignment has influenced your perceptions, choice of major,(assuming you have chosen one), and plans for the future.
• Reflect on your commitment to your engineering, engineering technology, or construction management degree. Describe in detail why you are – or are not – more committed now than before to your chosen major, the College of Engineering, and/or UNC Charlotte.
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