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College vs. University

Although many people tend to think of colleges and universities as identical, they are, in fact, significantly different in several respects. It is true that both are institutions of higher learning that require a high school diploma for entrance, and both teach classes at a higher learning level. However, their focus is different. Universities are more research-driven and provide not only more opportunities for research experiences but also a more research-oriented, somewhat open-ended perspective on knowledge (Narr). Colleges have a more vocational focus, generally providing courses that constitute training for a particular profession, such as teaching. Some collegessuch as technical collegesonly provide


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