Yeah, I hear what your saying Luca, but so many of the college courses on film processing are stil teaching the same techniques that were taught 10 to 20 years ago.
Granted, you'll never go wrong with learning those fundamentals, it just seems like such a waste of time to learn how to develop film, when 90% of the camera shops dont even carry the chemicals to purchase to do it.
Heck it's getting to the point now that you almost have to order your 35mm film online from one of the big names because most shops have stopped carrying film except for one or two film speeds and then only a few of those.
Maybe I'm just so impressed with Digital, I'd rather take a class on photochop, a basic camera class and a good lighting class and be much farther ahead. But if you have the GI Bill and can do it for free, then Knowledge is Power, and no one can take that away from you.
Check out Fred Miranda, buy/sell and you might be able to find some film cameras