CSBC2000 Essentials of Blockchain Development and Security
Learn the fundamentals of blockchain technology. In this course, you'll explore the world of blockchain applications and how to get started with building your own. You'll also learn about the various applications of blockchain in real-world use cases.
CSBC2010 Smart Contracts and Decentralized Applications
Leverage what you know about server-side and back-end development to design a blockchain smart contract. In this course, you'll explore public blockchain application modeling, and create and deploy your own decentralized application based on Ethereum. In the process, you'll be introduced to Solidity, Ethereum's application development language, and expand your knowledge of cryptocurrency and ERC20, the technical standard used for smart contracts on Ethereum.
CSBC2020 Private and Consortium Blockchain for Enterprise
Explore the many blockchain use cases in private enterprise. In this course, you'll learn how to design, develop, deploy, and govern an enterprise blockchain DApp using Hyperledger Fabric. As part of this course, you'll delve into the fundamentals of scaling and securing a DApp to ensure it integrates seamlessly with other enterprise systems.
CSBC2030 Blockchain Development Capstone
A final course where students work end-to-end on a blockchain solution for a business, as part of their own start-up venture, or otherwise as an independent project. Students who choose to work with a business will have the project provided to them by the university and do not have to find the project themselves.
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