Udacity's Nanodegree programs are comprised of a series of courses. Each course is a distinct unit of learning, typically ending in a project where students demonstrate mastery of the skills covered. On average, a learner can finish a course in one month, working 5-10 hours a week.
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- What is a single paid course?
- What is the difference between a paid course and a Nanodegree program?
- Do I get a certificate after completion of the “Paid Course”?
- Will my progress from a single course be saved and reflected if I enroll in the full Nanodegree program?
- If I enroll in one of the courses, do I automatically get access to the full Nanodegree program?
- Can I enroll in the Courses in different order?
- What is the difference between a “Free Course” and a “Paid Course”?
- Will I be able to get a job after completing a “ Paid Course”?