In my case, it is my individual goal to further enrich my knowledge and improve my learning about this world in general, and how it works in all aspects, whether socially, politically, or naturally (Bear 2003).
Vocationally, this advanced field of studies would help me in my current profession. Full understanding this place we live in and everything else in it, courtesy of this higher course I propose to take, will eventually help me understand the society, its trends, and how the people in it behaves. These points will surely help me in my trade to effectively do more, as well as to perform in my respective field of skill accordingly.
In the field of formal education, on the other hand, the Masters in Liberal Studies program would definitely take me into a much higher level than that of the baccalaureate degree I already gained. What I learned from that course is purely on the professional level. This time, I mean to broaden my schooling. I intend to earn this Masters Degree, mainly to raise my achievements as a scholar, as a legitimate part of the academic world. This is my first step in reaching higher intellectual heights, and this is going to be one of the many steps I aim to make in my educational path and career.
In assessing my state of preparedness and understanding of a graduate program in arts and humanities, I would say that had successfully ...
The political and social aspects of my baccalaureate course have been dominant in my career and me. The arts and literature levels of learning I acquire has become as appealing as the latter.
My comprehension of a graduate-level, interdisciplinary study in the arts and science is that I will be able to be guided accordingly and will be trained to be focused on elevating my current knowledge and expertise in the said fields. The course will also be able to assimilate in me important facts and knowledge that I can use in my professional, social, and academic being.
Engaging in an interdisciplinary study program will make me enrich my knowledge of several scholarly disciplines that are otherwise distinct of each other. The dispute brought about by these two unrelated subjects is already mentally stimulating; more so if I will eventually gain proficiency in both studies which is completely unrelated to each other. This alone, poses a very unique inspiration to me.
My undergraduate education has become my concrete foundation toward this course. Each subject and each lesson learned back there would be carried off towards this new field of study I am set to explore. My logic and critical thinking skills definitely started from there, and I am sure I will be using that for the largest part. My ability to discern, as well as appreciate history, the arts, culture, and literature that are all acquired from my undergraduate course are also going to be essential in this program I chose (Barnes 2001).
If there is one field that I would like to expound on as I enter this graduate study program, it will be Criminal Justice. Criminal Justice is a topic very essential in my career and profession. It is not only