Georgia Tech Designs Its Udacity Pilot to Avoid Failure

Georgia Tech’s experiment plays it relatively safe. Because it involves a master’s program, the students will have already earned undergraduate degrees, and many of them already have jobs in the industry. And the students who were admitted have an average undergraduate GPA of 3.58.

The inaugural class is also neither massive nor open. The program has admitted 401 students—360 men, 41 women—out of 2,300 candidates. Those who decide to enroll will begin classes on January 15, according to Jason Maderer, a spokesman.

via Georgia Tech Designs Its Udacity Pilot to Avoid Failure – Wired Campus – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education.