Coursera Launches Six New Degrees Including a Bachelors Degree

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People need access to high quality learning more than ever. Degrees are no exception. That’s why we’re working with our university partners to build a new kind of degree experience. Today, we are excited to announce the development of six new degrees: a Master of Computer Science from Arizona State University, a Global Master of Public Health from Imperial College London, a Master of Computer Science from the University of Illinois, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of London, a Master of Applied Data Science from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan. With the addition of these degrees, Coursera will become a premier destination for world-class degrees with a total of 10 programs offered on our platform. The cost of degrees has skyrocketed at the same time that technology is making postsecondary education more important than ever for career success over a lifetime. We put our heads together with our university partners to figure out a way to deliver degrees more affordably and flexibly with the same quality standards these universities are known for around the world.

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Arne Duncan has added another organization to

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Arne Duncan has added another organization to his résumé. The former secretary for the U.S. Department of Education under President Obama recently joined the board of Turnitin, an education technology company that provides services for writing help, literacy skill development and plagiarism checking in K-12 and higher education. Duncan currently serves as a managing partner for Emerson Collective, a philanthropic organization run by Laurene Powell Jobs that focuses on education, immigration reform, the environment and other social justice initiatives. He's also a nonresident senior fellow for the Brookings Institute with a concentration on education policy.

Coursera, an online learning

Stamping out student plagiarism is

ClassDojo today is announcing that

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