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ERIC Number: ED154151
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 10
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Career Education and the Liberal Arts: Are They Incompatible?
Bruening, William H.
The general question of what an undergraduate education is and how it should be related, if at all, to society as a whole, is discussed. Particular reference is given to the issue of liberal education and its relationship with career education. The thesis is that, although career education and liberal education may be incompatible in a specific curriculum at a specific university, there is no logical necessity nor educational necessity that every curriculum at every university make career education incompatible with liberal education. (Author/TA)
Publication Type: Books
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