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I'm assuming you are considering some kind of technical school program. You need to be careful with this kind of career field because it's hard for new people to break into the field. They nornally want people who are experienced IC users, and people who have designed many boards that use IC chips.
This advice applies to any technical school program: please confirm independently whether it is likely you can get a job in this field after completing the course. Its always hard for college grads to get their first job, but some areas make it especially hard. You might end up working at McDonalds.
I normally advise people to go to a real college, or a least a junior college, and study popular degree areas. This would be your best bet for the long term. Electronics or Computer Science are great areas. But I would steer clear of special technical schools that offer restricted studies that would not give you transferrable credits.
Good Luck! Eric