This quarter wrapped everything up for me. I finally completed my composition requirement with ENGL 111. Although I’ve had a lot of experience writing over the past four years, and am confident with my writing level and style, I still feel like I learned a couple of new things that will help me improve in the future. CEP 462 is the capstone course for CEP. It focused on my Senior Project, ISP, and reflection about my two years in CEP. I was able to look back at what I had already done and complete anything I might not have finished yet. It was usually busy and stressful, but the occasional days of relaxing reflections definitely helped. With this quarter completed I can graduate knowing where I’ve been and looking forward to wherever life will take me next.
CEP 462 - Community and Environment
5 credits - CEP core requirement
Capstone quarter merges core seminars, disciplinary courses in major, community field experiences for mastery of personal knowledge and skills. Reflection and synthesis of themes in major; engagement with contemporary issues. Compares theoretical definitions of community and environment with individual philosophies and knowledge within thoughtful, applied context.
ENGL 111 - Composition: Literature
5 credits - General requirement
Study and practice of good writing; topics derived from reading and discussing stories, poems, essays, and plays.
All original content © 2014 Anastasia Ivanova.