[caption id="attachment_57068" align="alignleft" width="150"] California's online program could be a model for other states.[/caption]

This fall, for the first time, California State University students will be able to take courses offered online on any of the system's campuses -- regardless of where they attend.

The plan announced today, includes about 30 courses approved for systemwide consumption, from Elementary Astronomy to the History of Rock and Roll.

In other words, a student from San Francisco State can sign up for a microeconomics course taught at CSU Northridge, while students from that Southern California campus can learn...

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