Differences between liberal arts colleges and universities...

<p>I'm interesting in majoring in math. When going to a liberal arts college, do they make you take "liberal-arts classes" that are useless to your major that you wouldn't have to take at a university? Or are they required at pretty much either a university or a college? thanks</p>

<p>Some liberal arts colleges (like Vassar, Wesleyan and some others) do not have a lot of distribution requirements. Some universities (like Columbia and some others) have strict Core requirements.</p>

<p>In other words, it depends on the school. Check their websites are ask their admissions office.</p>

<p>the only colleges i may be considering were bucknell and college of new jersey
universities: rutgers, uconn, stony brook</p>