05/30/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Degree Mills Allow You To 'Graduate' From 'Stamford,' 'Cormell'

It may be harder than ever to attend Cornell, but -- through a billion dollar industry some experts have labelled a growing "national security threat" -- it is may be easier than ever to pretend you did.

Phony diploma companies, known as "degree mills," sell a dizzying variety of bogus products -- fake degrees from real colleges, real degrees from fake colleges, and fake degrees from real-sounding but fake colleges, prominent among them "Stamford," "Berkley," and even, "Cormell" University.

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