Vocational Education in Universities
by Alan C. Eurich & James A. McCain - 1943
From their very origin to the present time, the universities have been concerned with preparing their students for vocations. The medieval university provided the training requisite for following the "traditional trinity" of professions-theology, law, and medicine. The American universities which grew out of the earliest colonial colleges were founded to furnish the new land with a learned ministry. Our universities today offer preparation for a wide variety of occupations, and, as new needs arise, expand their curriculums to include new vocational courses to meet them.
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