The University of Malta now offers a master’s degree in blockchain.
The “Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology” course, which accepted its first cohort this month, is a multi-disciplinary degree offered by the University’s Centre for Distributed Technologies. It costs 13,400 euros a year, and lasts three semesters.
The master's degree, which is offered on a full-time or part-time basis, will, according to a prospectus, arm people from different industries with a multi-disciplinary approach to crypto.
“Programmers will require knowledge of regulatory and legal frameworks within which smart contracts are being proposed, and similarly lawyers would be required to understand obligations laid out within smart contracts,” reads the prospectus. Read More...