Coursera Partners With Google, Instagram, 500 Startups And Others On Students’ Capstone Projects

Jess Erickson

February 18, 2015

About a year ago, online education platform Coursera launched “specializations” – its version of college credentials. To graduate from the programs, students take a number of classes and then finish a “capstone” project that lets them showcase that they can put their academic knowledge into practice – similar to a senior project in a traditional college environment.

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