Colleges Provide Practical Education for Employment

Michael Bustamante
 


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Colleges promote higher education and provide for the acquisition of knowledge, experience, and intellectual development important to life success, employment, and occupation. Colleges propose to provide perceptions and outlooks that prepare students for all kinds of careers.

Colleges are generally considered to be four-year institutions of higher education that offer programs of study and grant degrees and certificates to students who satisfactorily complete courses of study for degree purposes. The term college also designates a school or unit of a university, as in College of Art or a College of Education.

Colleges can also be post-secondary vocational and technical schools with programs intended to provide practical education for employment purposes and for advancement of careers. Vocational, technical, trade schools and colleges grant associate degrees, certificates, diplomas, and even bachelor and master degrees in many areas of practice.

Colleges and universities are both institutions of higher learning that provide studies in subjects that include practices and theories of disciplines or domains. Colleges are generally four-year institutions that confer four-year associate degrees and bachelor degrees. They can also provide graduate studies for advanced certificates and master degrees, but seldom confer doctorate degrees.

Universities are most often more complex institutions that provide studies of varying levels of sophistication. Undergraduate as well as graduate studies for degrees are granted by universities in the forms of associate, bachelor, master, and doctorate degrees. Universities also grant post-graduate certificates in various disciplines that advance graduate professions.

If you are interested in learning more about colleges, universities, and other types of adult education, please search our site for more information and resources.

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