The University of California, Davis is offering a new degree that will make the process of earning a college degree more efficient.
The program, called The Udacity Dream, is based on the idea that education should be fun, challenging and rewarding.
The goal of the Dream is to give students the ability to create new and creative ways to earn a college diploma.
The Dream is a four-month online program that requires students to take a four week intensive online course and complete a number of online courses to earn the degree.
The first two courses are designed for students who are first time college graduates, but there is also an option for those who already have a college education.
Students can also take courses on subjects that interest them.
The program is designed to help students navigate a world of new and exciting technology, including artificial intelligence, robotics, augmented reality, 3D printing and more.
In addition to completing the program, students also have the option to transfer their credits to a community college and complete the required curriculum in the future.
The courses are divided into three major areas: Digital Education, Creative Technologies and Virtual Learning.
Each of the three areas includes courses designed to teach students how to use these new technologies to create their own projects and to learn from the community.
“I think the most exciting thing is that this is something that we are taking advantage of the power of technology, and that the technologies that we’re using to create things that students can create and interact with and collaborate with,” said Susan A. Luthern, executive director of the university’s Center for Innovation, Technology and Society.
“So, what we’re really doing is creating a bridge between the traditional curriculum that we teach and the technologies we are using to make things like this.”
“I know there are a lot of people who have never taken an online course before, and who want to get a degree that is truly challenging,” said Aileen M. Schuster, associate dean of the College of Science.
“And so, I think that that is really a huge opportunity.”
Students will have the ability, at no cost, to take courses online at Udacity.com, as well as through the university online portal, Coursera.
Udacity is the largest provider of online learning to the U.S. university community.
The online platform allows students to complete courses and earn credits that they can then transfer to a local community college, university or other institution.
Udemy.com also allows students who do not have an existing degree to apply for an online certificate or diploma.
Udacity is offering the Dream as part of its efforts to get more students into STEM fields.
The Dream is designed for a number for the most students, but also students who may be interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
“This is really about a new paradigm for the way we think about education and the way students are learning in our society,” said Lisa K. Nelms, a senior at the university.
“This is not a new idea, it’s been around for a while.
We need to make sure that we keep it relevant and relevant to students.”
Udemy.org is an online platform that allows students across the country to access and learn from courses, work and career options.
Students will be able to select courses they would like to take and they will have access to resources and a personalized education experience.
The first four courses that are offered in the program are all designed to give the students a great start in their career.
The courses will be designed to prepare students for jobs and careers in creative technology, artificial intelligence and robotics.
Students will be encouraged to research, develop and create projects that can benefit the community or the university, such as a mural on campus or a new sculpture that the university is creating.
They will also be given the opportunity to collaborate with the community and participate in various events, such a live music series or an online symphony.
The Udacity Webinar will be available starting on Monday, May 24.
Udya, the platform that runs the Dream, will be hosting the webinar.
The webinar will also have a Q&A session with students, faculty, and community leaders.