Writing about Georgia Tech's partnership with Udacity to offer the university's offering of a online master's degree in computer programming for $6630, as complared to its f2f version of $40,000:
d"Agreements with online service providers to launch new online programs have not been controversial with faculty or accreditors. This agreement is unquestionably different. So despite the fact that the concept for the program is important and good and could prove to be a watershed in the evolution of higher education, and despite the fact that entire state systems are now jumping on the MOOC bandwagon, we wouldn’t be surprised if the bad judgment here results in questions and controversies that ultimately delay deployment and reduce the likelihood of the program’s success. And that’s a perfect cover story for Bad Judgment Magazine. "