Ok so i'm currently going to the traditional straight into a university to get my BS and then grad school route and i was wondering something. I'm one of those people that, when they come upon a problem with any sort of 'system', they feel disabled because they don't know how to fix it. For example, if anything except the absolute most basic failures happened to my car, I wouldn't have a clue as to how to fix it myself and I feel weak (and like im getting screwed) to send it to a mechanic. Another example is computers. I love fooling with them and fixing them and am just fascinated at networking and all that sorta stuff! Now, in my mind, learning what I want to know would require going to some sort of trade school or technical school or a city college and seeing as im already in a university, I don't think i have much of a chance of learning these skills! Is there any hope for a guy who just wants to be a jack of all trades but also knows what career he eventually wants (with my bachelors or grad school degree)?