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Trade school VS university .. HELPP!?

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Question:
Trade school VS university .. HELPP!?

whats the difference between a trade school and a university? i have asked this question once before, but only got 3 answers.

i am looking into a really good trade school for business (I currently am in NJ). I heard that if you go to a trade school, its worth alot less than if you went to a university, is that true? I was looking into trade schools because of the hands on experience. I eventually want to get my masters in business, and i know i'll probably have to go to a college for that. But while i'm still looking on where to go .. will i still get a good job if i just go to a trade school?

ah! i'm just so confused on the differences. If someone could please help to clarify that would be amazing!

also, do they have like a trade school where i can actually get my bachelors degree but STILL have hands on experience? I'm willing to apply anywhere!


Answer:
my thoughts on trade school is that its a more specific school meaning that you dont take a lot of the gen eds and stuff that you would normally take at a university. Devry or ITT tech are good examples of tech schools, they teach you to a curriculum that future employers are interested in. I've also noticed that these schools are super easy to get into...ITT asks that you have a 15 on ur ACT and i believe a D- gpa. Universities have a broader range of majors and give u more a option on what classes u can take. Univerisites cost more money and u wont get the one on one that u have in a tech school. If youre looking for a good tech school try Devry or Baker College



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