By definition, colleges are institutions of higher learning that grant the bachelor's degree in liberal arts or science or both. Universities are institutions for higher learning with teaching and research facilities constituting a graduate school and professional schools that award master's degrees and doctorates and an undergraduate division that awards bachelor's degrees.

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The Art Institute of Washington
Career-oriented education. Offers various associate's and bachelor's degree programs in design, media arts, culinary arts, and advertising.
Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area
Non-profit organization comprised of fifteen Washington-area colleges and universities that exchange students, research, and information.
Graduate School
Government-centered continuing education institution offering daytime, evening, weekend and distance learning courses for adults. Information on degree and certificate programs, course listings, and services.
Institute of World Politics
Independent, nonprofit, accredited graduate school of statecraft and national security affairs. Offers a Master's Degree program, Certificate of Graduate Study, and Continuing Education Program in such areas as "Statecraft and World Politics" and "Statecraft and National Security Affairs."
National Defense University
Seeks to ensure excellence in professional military education and research in the essential elements of national security. Includes the National War College, Information Resources Management College, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Joint Forces Staff College, and School for National Security Executive Education.
National Intelligence University
Defense Intelligence Agency's center for educating military and civilian intelligence professionals and conducting and disseminating intelligence-related research. Includes academic degree programs, admissions information, and FAQ.
Washington Research Library Consortium
Regional resource-sharing organization among eight universities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Seeks to expand and enhance the information resources available to Washington are students and faculty.
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