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Its the first time a university in the US is offering such credit for a Udacity course… although several universities in Austria and Germany already do so (The University of Salzburg, the University of Freiburg, the Free University of Berlin, and the Technical University of Munich). We expect this trend to continue.Cheating, Computer Science, Domestic, MOOCs, Required, Startups, STEM, Universities & Colleges Sep 17, 6:00
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