Anyone could and should attend Butler.
Students seeking certifications or Associates degrees, preparing for transfer to a 4-year institution, or adults returning to school to train for new career paths.
The kind of person who shouldn't go to Butler is if you are looking to be an communication sciences and disorders major, like I am. I would not apply because Butler does not supply courses in relation to that major. All they have is speech communication degrees, if you want to be a speech pathologist. However, since I am going to be a transfer student, I am in Butler just to take my general education requirements out of the way, than transfering to WSU or OU for my undergraduate and graduate studies.
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