Online degrees from Stanford

February 1999
Popular Mechanics;Feb99, Vol. 176 Issue 2, p24
Reports that Stanford University become the first top-ranked university to offer a graduate degree totally online. How the lectures will be conducted; Comment from Andy DiPaolo of the Stanford Center for Professional Development on the program.


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