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Areas of Study


Areas of Study

Getting a superior education is a privilege that only few people in the world can have; a considerable number of people don't have the opportunity to attend a good university. Some governments are currently investing a lot of money in order to provide free education for their citizens.

We have to bear in mind that the majority of the universities that are providing a quality education are not public universities. There are a large number of private universities and colleges with worldwide prestige for its quality education. However, they are really expensive.

Fortunately, there are other ways to acquire knowledge and put it into practice to get a job and earn money properly. We are talking about the trade schools. Also known as vocational school, this kind of educational program provides students technical skills in order to prepare them in a particular activity. Students who finish a career in this kind of educational program, receive an associate degree or a certification.

Trade schools are really convenient for people who do not want to spend four years in a university or college. In addition, there are many vocational schools that have a partnership with important institutions so the degrees and certifications can be recognized around the country.

There are a large number and big variety of careers and trade schools. Students need to discover the right trade school as well as the right career that can fit their individual aspirations.

Here is a list of the most popular types of trade schools:

Art & Design Careers
Automotive Careers
Business Careers
 Art & Design Careers
Making art is an interesting way to earn a lot of money. There are many interesting occupations in this industry such as photography, etc.
 Automotive Careers
This kind of trade school is focused in mechanics or diesel training topics. Ideal for people interested in cars or in automotive technology.
 Business Careers
Business schools are one of the most required as well. Plenty of business companies are hiring professionals specialized in business.
Information Technology Careers
Criminal Justice Careers
Culinary & Cooking Careers
Education Careers
 Information Technology Careers
Information technology careers are the most required; technology schools provide solid skills in computer information and in anything pertaining to technology.
 Criminal Justice Careers
Criminal justice schools offer many technical careers such as paralegal, criminal investigation, law enforcement, criminology, and others.
 Culinary & Cooking Careers
Preparing the most delicious dishes and working in exclusive restaurants around the world can be very rewarding. There are lots of trade schools providing this career.
 Education Careers
Useful information about education careers as substitute teacher, educational administrator, higher education, special education, and language teaching.
Government Careers
Healthcare Careers
Legal Careers
 Government Careers
Information about Government Careers: Ambassadors, City Managers, Congressional Aides, Federal and State Officials, Interpreters and Translators.
 Healthcare Careers
Information about healthcare careers in the fields of dental, medical billing and coding, nursing, beauty & cosmetology, and how to become a ultrasound technician.
 Legal Careers
There are many trade schools that offer legal programs. Legal education consists in law-related courses such as competency in oral and written communication and litigation.
Liberal Arts Careers
Mechanics
Skilled Trades Programs
Traditional Trades
 Liberal Arts Careers
Liberal arts prepare students to work in a wide range of fields; students can improve their thinking abilities.
 Mechanics
Mechanic trade school offers training for those people who love to repair cars, motorcycles and even aircrafts.
 Skilled Trades Programs
People study practical fields such as engineering, automotive, plumbing, just to name a few.
 Traditional Trades
Information about troveaditional trades like masonry, timber framing, joinery, plasterwork, and engineering.

Environmental Training Schools:
This kind of trade school has been gaining followers during the last years. Activist people, who are interested in environmental issues, attend these kinds of vocational schools.