Vocational Education in Liberal-Arts Colleges
by Algo D. Henderson - 1943
The traditional function of the liberal-arts college has been to conserve and pass on the cultural heritage and "to promote the development of the student's intellectual powers." As defined by an outstanding college, Williams, the curriculum "consists of two well-defined parts: (1) the general and introductory courses of the first two years and (2) the advanced and more specialized courses of the last two years."
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