National Universities, Liberal Arts Colleges, Masters Universities, Comprehensive Col

<p>what does all of that mean?</p>

<p>whats the difference between each type?</p>

<p>I think it reflects the Carnegie Classification of higher ed institutions</p>

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<p>I think "comprehensive" means the same thing as "masters".</p>

<p>From US</a> News:</p>

<p>Comprehensive Colleges–Bachelor's</p>

<p>These institutions focus primarily on undergraduate education just as the liberal arts colleges do but grant fewer than 50 percent of their degrees in liberal arts disciplines. They also offer a range of programs in professional fields such as business, nursing and education. At these schools, at least 10 percent of undergraduate degrees awarded are bachelor's degrees.</p>