My Salt Lake Community College Portfolio
Associate of Science with Honors
I earned my Associate of Science with Honors in General Studies on December 17th, 2010 from Salt Lake Community College.
Here are some of the courses I took at Salt Lake Community College. Click the title of the course or the accompanying picture to go to my course web page. There is where you'll find my saved work from the course.
This course was about one subject and one conflict: writing and the optimal style to teach young college students, respectively. The class, at first seemed to drag on the same subject, but gradually grew me in. It taught me a lot about writing and gave me a direction to follow for my personal stylistic choice.
Humanities 1100 was a great course that taught me entirely new ways of looking at the world in which we live and the many, many things within it. People who aren't fortunate enough to take this class or one like it sometime in their lives are truly missing out on a great learning experience. And those who flash through the class without actually taking the opportunity to learn what it has to offer are fools.
Technology & Our Future was the official given title of the course. The class covered the vast picture of technology and its history throughout human existence. Rick Winter was a wonderful teacher who had a magnificent mind for the meaning of technology and its effects on humans.
Drawing 1020 was a requirement for my major in Computer Science: Engineering Arts and Entertainment and it also covered the general Fine Arts requirement at the community college. Before this class, I would occasionally doodle, and never really thought of myself as much of an artist. I had a history in music, computer graphic design, video editing, and other forms of art, but not much in drawing. This class opened my eyes to a skill I never knew I had. The class taught basic rules and fundamentals and if you follow them, you're bound to build some solid drawing skills. It's turned out to be a course that may change the rest of my life.