Udacity was founded in 2012 by computer scientist and Google Fellow Sebastian Thrun, whose project to teach Stanford courses online made headlines as a free educational offering. While the initial offering was limited to computer science classes, it has since expanded to include coursework in professional fields like machine learning and data science, as well as offering a path to University credit for select courses. The company's Nanodegree program offers an accelerated path to credentials that allow students to demonstrate their knowledge with potential employers. Students are also able to claim continuing education credits upon completing the program so they may apply the knowledge in a current career role.
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