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College often refers to liberal arts colleges which provide education primarily at the

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undergraduate level. It can also refer to schools which offer a vocational, business, engineering, or technical curriculum. The term can either refer to both a self-contained institution that has no graduate studies or to the undergraduate school of a full university (i.e. that also has a graduate school).

Colleges vary in terms of size, degree, and length of stay. Two-year colleges offer the Associates degree (A.A.) and four-year colleges offer the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Sciences (B.S.) degree. These are usually primarily undergraduate institutions, although some might have limited programs at the graduate level.

Four - year institutions in the U.S. which emphasize the liberal arts are liberal arts colleges. These colleges traditionally emphasize interactive instruction (although research is still a component of these institutions). If not associated with a university, they are often categorized as residential and generally have smaller enrollment, class size, and teacher-student ratios than universities.

These colleges often encourage a high level of teacher-student interaction at the center of which are classes taught by full-time faculty rather than graduate student TAs (who sometimes teach the classes at Research I and other universities). The colleges are either coeducational, women's colleges, or men's colleges.

 

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Aeroventure
561 Skyranch Rd # B, Petaluma, CA 707 778-6767

Bauman College
10151 Main Street, Penngrove, CA 707 795-1284

Cal State University
1801 E Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 707 794-0976

Empire College
3035 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 546-4000

Hypnotherapy Training Inst
4152 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa, CA 707 579-9023

Jupiter Hollow School-Massage
PO Box 8043, Santa Rosa, CA 707 584-7903

New College of California
99 6th St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 568-0112

Redwood Empire Beauty College
186 Wikiup Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 707 545-8449

Santa Rosa Junior College
680 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy, Petaluma, CA 707 778-2415

Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 527-4011

Santa Rosa Junior College
5743 Skylane Blvd, Windsor, CA 707 837-8843

SONOMA State University 

1801 E Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 707 664-2880

SRJC Culinary Arts Center
458 B St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 576-0211

Study Abroad Italy 

7151 Wilton Ave # 202, Sebastopol, CA 707 824-8965

University-Northern California
1304 Southpoint Blvd # 220, Petaluma, CA 707 765-6400

University of San Francisco
416 B St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 527-9612
 
 
 
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Some are historically black colleges. Some are also secular (or not affiliated with a particular religion) while others are involved in religious education. Many are private. Some are public liberal arts colleges. In addition, colleges such as Hampshire College, Pitzer College, Sarah Lawrence College, Bennington College, New College of Florida, and Reed College offer experimental curriculums.

Boston College on the other hand, public and private universities are research-oriented institutions which service both an undergraduate and graduate student body. Graduate programs grant a variety of Master's degrees including M.B.A.s or M.F.A.s. The doctorate is the highest academic degree, and the Ph.D. is given in most fields. Medical schools award M.D.s while law schools award the J.S.D. as the highest academic achievement. These institutions usually have a large student body. Introductory seminars can have a class size in the hundreds in some of the larger schools. The interaction between students and full-time faculty can be limited as compared to some liberal arts colleges. At some of the larger universities some undergraduate classes are taught by graduate student TAs.
 
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