Nursing is a special case, but the same type of schools churn out education graduates who have little chance of obtaining a full-time job in most markets. In most states, these schools pre-date community colleges rather than evolving from them.<quoted text>Or the plethora of SallyMae schools which Galt seems to confuse with CC's.
In our area the CC's have become known a State Colleges for they offer certain 4 year degrees such as nursing. The four year course list will grow to include other fields___face it there isn't enough room in the universities to satisfy the needs of the job market.
In our area these local colleges offer various scholarships including for athletics. Galt's mindset is locked into small town 1950's___doesn't make him a bad guy___just a fkn dumbazz.
Half the students in community colleges are studying "criminal science" and end up as minimum wage mall security guards.