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Washington becomes a test case for changes in online higher education

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Capital Business Washington Post
Georgetown University’s business school intends to welcome its first crop of 50 students for an online master’s degree in finance next January. Online graduate degrees in leadership and international business and policy could soon follow. The school plans to partner with a yet-to-be-named private company that will support the program’s technological backbone, while the university will dictate academic content and admissions, said Paul Almeida, the senior associate dean for executive education.