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Springfield Technical Community College

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What are the ups and downs of learning at a Tech School vs. a University? Which would be better? Do the Tech Schools really teach you what you need to know? Do the Universities really teach you more for your profession than a tech school does?

I have to say that Hamilton's CS program is worthless. You've already eliminated it from your possibilities, apparently, but if you haven't, do so now. Basically, we get the advantage of small classes and accessible professors; everybody else gets the advantage of bigger budgets, better equipment, and a better breadth of classes. If you're 100% positive that CS is what you want to do, and you're not even remotely interested in anything else, a U. tech program (as in "Rensellaer Institute of Technology," not "Springfield Technical Community College") is probably your best choice.

I also know that I wouldn't be able to stand a tech school. I mean, I like CS, but I don't want to be taking all CS courses. And if there's one thing I can't stand, it's "English for CS majors" courses. (What the hell's the point?)

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