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Do you have college credits if graduated from trade school?

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You would have to talk with the admission office of the school you wish to attend. In many cases they will waive courses or grant credits for previous school and life experiences.

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Some of the credits will be transferable. You will need to ask a counsilor at the college if all will be.


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No they don't its a trade school.


The first U.S. President to graduate from a college was George Washington, who graduated with a surveyor's license. This is not considered a college graduation in terms of today's standard since this school was indeed a trade school. The next president to graduate from an institution was John Adams, our second president. He graduated from Harvard College (now called Harvard University) in 1755.


No trade school is not considered to be college. Trade schools specialize in providing training for vocational careers such as carpentry.


College, trade school or work.


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Generally, community colleges offer Associates degrees and possibly trade-school certifications. You can sometimes use the credits earned to transfer to a four-year college, though.


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The applicant must have graduated from High School, obtained a GED or currently be enrolled in College, a Trade School or another type of Institution for Higher Learning.



In most countries that refers to any school higher than high school, ie -college, trade school or university.


You will need a high school diploma or GED.


If you are not planning on attending college after high school, there are a few options for you to further your education. You can choose a trade school or a vocational school.


Accreditation in the strictest sense refers to whether credits from the institution in question will be accepted by other colleges. While most schools have specific agreements, called articulation agreements, with certain other schools in the area--e.g., a community college in the area might accept credits from a trade school it knows well--accreditation is more universal.


It doesn't really matter what trade school you go into. All that matters is if the school is accredited. But keep in mind if you go to a trade school most of the time the credits you earn wont transfer to a four year college, so if you wanted to advance in the field but needed a higher degree you would have to start out all over again. If you mind is set on a trade school though some good ones might be: Colorado Technical University, University of Phoenix, and ITT tech those are also nation wide so you can transfer to a different area if need be and don't have to worry about losing credits.


no you can not trade them because you bought those credits at the store with your money so they will not let you trade it.


That depends on what you want from them. You won't get a doctorate from a trade school, but a university won't teach you a lot of things either.


sorry no you cant trade bearbills for credits you can get credits online or at your local buildabear workshop shop store to buy


Attending a good trade school and then apprenticing will get you to the journeyman status of the trade.


you do not have to attend college to be a taxidermist. You can attend a trade school, or even learn at home


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i dont think you can trade your special costumes back 4 credits


You trade the people who want the credits and just accept b4 the other ppl put nething in the trade



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