The prestigious university in the United States of America California University Los Angeles (UCLA) announced that it will begin a unit-certified block chain course from January 2019.
This course was opened with donation from a support group of Block Chain Project called MouseBelt Blockchain Accelerator . The organization plans to expand the support of universities that are working on block chains in the future.
Focusing on engineering programming of block chains, it is offered as an elective course for students majoring in electric / computer engineering and computer science.
In addition to the basic technologies that support block chains such as public key cryptography, hash functions, and digital signatures, you can learn about programming languages Solidity, smart contracts, and distributed applications (Dapps) deeply.
In the course, a student who operates the student organization Blockchain at UCLA supports classes, and Professor John D. Villasenor who specializes in electrical engineering, business administration, and public policy taught.
In addition, guest lectures and workshops by MouseBelt are held, exclusive support of the organization’s block chain application is provided.
According to stakeholders, registration has been accepted for only a few days, but seems to have been popular enough to fill up capacity already.
Article Source: MouseBelt Funds UCLA’s First Blockchain Engineering Course
Author: NT 【Coin Desk News】 – Source Post: https://crypto-times.jp/ucla-blockchain-cariculam/
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