3 Possible Report Ideas

Below are three possible ideas for a two-component report I am creating for this class.

  1. Proposal about the math general ed requirement. As you may know, Wayne State has dropped math classes as a general education requirement. I propose that this is a bad idea and should be revoked. Math classes are an essential part of a curriculum because they teach students valuable skills about how to problem solve and use logic. Not only this, but they provide a rigorous challenge to the student that challenges their mind to make it sharper. I would write about how we would change this, in a two-component proposal report.
  2. In my workplace, I think that making the employees able to work location-independently would be a valuable change to the climate of the job. In certain companies that produce things purely on the internet, this has been successfully implemented. I think that because I work somewhere that makes website, and doesn’t produce anything physically, it can be done. I would write a two-component proposal report on how we can implement this like other companies before us have.
  3. I have a proposal for a club at Wayne State that specializes in Entrepreneurship. Considering the rise of tech start ups and small businesses around Detroit, I think this would be very valuable. We need people to be financially empowered to create things on their own. Many young people are using the internet to bring their ideas to life, and it is easier than ever. I would propose how we can make this club a reality and the benefits of it within a two-component proposal report.
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