Major Essay Topics

What is your intended major?

Discuss how your interest in the field developed and describe any experience you have had in the field — such as volunteer work, internships and employment, participation in student organizations and activities — and what you have gained from your involvement. When I first came to the United States I was not sure what subject… View Article

Major Contribution/failure

The process of growing old carries various changes on different aspects of a person’s life — demanding attention and adjustment primarily on the aging person, his or her immediate family, and ideally by the society itself. Growing old brings physical, emotional, mental, and social changes. Most observable signs or considerations of aging are the physical… View Article

What is your intended major?

My intended major is Economics. I developed an interest in economics from working and attending a business meeting where I met one of my father’s associates. The tsunami of 2004 prompted me to help the citizens and visitors to Indonesia in any way that I could. It was amongst this disaster that I saw a… View Article

Major differences between US GAAP and IFRS

The term IFRS refers to International Financial Reporting Standards, previously called International Accounting standards (IAS). These are issued by the International Accounting standards Board (IASB), which is a subsidiary of the International Federation for Accountancy profession (IFAC). The ACCA textbook on audit and assurance describes IFAC as “a global organization with more then 160 member… View Article

Revenue Management and Pricing

Springfield Nor’easters was a new Class A minor league baseball team, which would start the first season in June 2009. The marketing director, Larry Buckingham, had to design the price scheme for the new season. Springfield was the third largest city in Massachusetts with 55,338 residents and around 60% of the households were families with… View Article

Suicidal Speech

Today, I stand here as I give my speech concerning suicidal. Since the beginning of time, people have been committing suicide. Suicide is a self-inflicted death. Easier to understand, suicide is choosing the mode, time or occasion for ending one’s life. Did you know that suicidal is the third leading cause of death in the… View Article

Critical Summary of the Sunrising by John Donne

The Sun Rising,” by John Donne, is a lyric poem about two lovers. The poem is divided into three stanzas, each ten lines long. The rhyme scheme in each stanza is ABBACDCDEE. This is a dramatic poem where the speaker and his lover are in bed together. The speaker personifies the sun, and is speaking… View Article