If you want to know more about computers, and want more money in your wallet, go to Calhoun. Or UAH. Or Athens. Anywhere but VC. My husband has an Associate's in Network Engineering from VC, $25k in student loans, and no transferable college credits. Yes, that's right, if you want to continue on with your post-secondary education, unless you pony up another $25k to VC, your credits aren't going anywhere. No public institution in this state will accept them as transfer credit. My husband had to start over from scratch at Calhoun, after wasting 2 long years at VC. This was obviously before he met me!
All joking aside, please think seriously about your future before attending a trade school, especially one this expensive. VC has nothing "special" to offer that you can't get at a community college, unless you consider a huge loan debt "special".