SJSU and Udacity have extended our groundbreaking partnership by offering for-credit summer classes. This extension signifies the considerable promise demonstrated in the initial pilot announced in January. We are also underscoring our continued commitment to broadening access to engaging and affordable higher learning through the use of educational technology, particularly in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. SJSU and Udacity will increase enrollment capacity for current courses (Elementary Statistics, College Algebra and Entry-Level Mathematics) and introduce two new courses (Introduction to Programming and Introduction to Psychology). The new courses will be available to 1,000 students each. All the courses are open to everyone, including high school, community college and university students from the Bay Area and beyond. Learn more about registration and check out Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun’s blog post. Registration closes May 24 and courses begin June 3.