What's the difference between...? What's the difference between bachelor, college and university?
Nov 15, 2017 2:06 PM
Answers · 4
Bachelor is the person who receives the undergraduate degree from a college or a university. Colleges offer only undergraduate programs. It's smaller institution than unversities. Universities offer undergraduate and graduate programs and is usually larger institutions. Although 'college student' is a general term for students of higher education (past high school).
November 15, 2017
The previous answer is mostly correct. Around the world College and University (UNI) are not interchanged, but in America they are interchanged as the same. Mostly a College is a institution past high school that awards an Associates of Art and or Science and a four year institution that grants a Bachelor of Arts and or Science. A University mainly focuses on Graduate Educational Goals, after the award of the Bachelors degree, although most Universities have undergraduate of Bachelor degree programs. In America most students go to High School for 12 grades, then on to a College for 2 years (Associates Degree) then other college of Uni for Bachelor and or advanced Masters degrees. Bachelor is 4 years post high school Master is 6-8 years post high school and then a Doctorate can take anywhere from 8-indefinite years based on dissertation Hope this helps and doesn't confuse you. Thanks for going into nursing the world no matter where you wind up practicing needs compassionate caring people in that field.
November 20, 2017
College and university are not interchangeable in Australia. College is more of an educational institute for awarding a student a diploma at a comparable high school level.
December 9, 2017
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