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Business and Vocational Schools

A business school

is a university-level institution that confers degrees in Business Administration. It teaches topics such as accounting, finance, information systems, marketing, organizational behavior, strategy, human resource management, and quantitative methods.


Types of business school

They include schools of business, business administration, and management. There are four principal forms of business school.

Most of the university business schools are faculties, colleges or departments within the university, and teach predominantly business courses.
In North America a business school is often understood to be a university graduate school which offers a Master of Business Administration or equivalent degree.
Also in North America the term "business school" can refer to a different type of institution: a two-year school that grants the Associate's degree in various business subjects. Most of these schools began as secretarial schools, then expanded into accounting or bookkeeping and similar subjects. They are typically operated as businesses, rather than as institutions of higher learning. In Europe and Asia, some universities teach business only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alchemy Institute-Healing Arts
567 Summerfield Rd # A, Santa Rosa, CA 707 537-0495

Bartenders School-Santa Rosa
1050 Hopper Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 523-1611

Bauman College
10151 Main St # 128, Penngrove, CA 707 795-1284

Career Transitions
2235 Challenger Way # 104, Santa Rosa, CA 707 546-6605

Coaches Training 
4000 Civic Center Dr # 500, San Rafael, CA 415 451-6000

Culinary Institute of America
2555 Main St, St Helena, CA 707 967-1010

Lewis Adult Education Center
2230 Lomitas Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 528-5421

Mike Russell Bookkeeping Svc
Mike Russell
874 Gravenstein Hwy S # 1, Sebastopol, CA 707 823-4354

Senior Insurance Training
472 5th St W, Sonoma, CA 707 939-9498

Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 527-4011

Sonoma College
1304 Southpoint Blvd, Petaluma, CA 707 283-0800

Thomas Tax Seminars
1523 Amanda Pl, Santa Rosa, CA 707 579-2122

Ya-Ka-Ama Indian Educational

6215 Eastside Rd, Forestville, CA 707 887-1541
 

 
 
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Vocational Schools

A vocational school, providing vocational education and also as referred to as a trade school or career college, and school is operated for the express purpose of giving its students the skills needed to perform a certain job or jobs. Traditionally, vocational schools have not existed to further education in the sense of liberal arts, but rather to teach primarily or only job-specific skills, and as such have been better considered to be institutions devoted to training, not education. However, it could be argued that in recent years this has changed with vocational schools providing education at competitively high standards.

In the USA, vocational schools are usually a post-secondary school, but in some instances may take the place of the final years of high school. They may be public schools and as such are operated by a government, school district or other officially-sanctioned group, in which case they may or may not charge tuition. Most purely vocational schools are private schools; within this group they may be further subdivided into non-profit schools and proprietary schools, operated for the economic benefit of their owners. For a long time many proprietary vocational schools had a poor reputation for quality in many instances, and for overpromising what the job prospects for their graduates would actually be; this has been largely corrected by more stringent regulation. The term career college is reserved for post-secondary for-profit institutions. Vocational schools have decreased severely in the United States by the replacement of offering alternative trade classes at specific schools.

The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the largest American national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. ACTE's core purpose is to provide leadership in developing an educated, prepared, and competitive workforce.

 
 

 

 
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