The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Blockchain Technology program is designed for students who want to supplement their education, IT experience, and certifications in various coding, computer science, and cyber security fields by developing skills in applying blockchain for the development of smart contracts. Survey of broad utility of blockchain technologies for the development of smart contracts, familiarity with cryptocurrencies, and writing smart contracts on Ethereum and/or Hyperledger blockchain.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better in each course in the program.
CIS156, CIS159, CIS162AD, CIS163AA, or equivalent skills are recommended.
This pathway map will help you gain the expertise needed to:
- Define blockchain and its applications.
- Describe a broad utility of blockchain technologies and their uses.
- Explain the significance of cryptocurrencies.
- Write a smart contract using permissioned or public blockchains.
Successful completion of this certificate may lead to employment in a variety of different occupations and industries. Below are examples of related occupations with associated Arizona-based annual median wages* for this program. Education requirements vary for the occupations listed below, so you may need further education or degrees in order to qualify for some of these jobs and earn the related salaries. Please visit with an academic advisor and/or program director for additional information.
Computer and Information Systems Managers
$134,640 Show expanded career information for Computer and Information Systems Managers
Computer Network Architects
$120,240 Show expanded career information for Computer Network Architects
Computer Occupations, All Other
$78,050 Show expanded career information for Computer Occupations, All Other
Course Sequence by Term
The following is the suggested course sequence by term. Please keep in mind:
- Students should meet with an academic advisor to develop an individual education plan that meets their academic and career goals. Use the Pathway Planner tool in your Student Center to manage your plan.
- The course sequence is laid out by suggested term and may be affected when students enter the program at different times of the year.
- Initial course placement is determined by current district placement measures and/or completion of 100-200 level course and/or program requirements.
- Degree and transfer seeking students may be required to successfully complete a MCCCD First Year Experience Course (FYE) within the first two semesters at a MCCCD College. Courses include FYE101 and FYE103. Course offerings will vary by college. See an academic, program, or faculty advisor for details.
Full-time status is 12 credits to 18 credits per semester.
|Course Number||Course Name||Requisites||Notes||Area||Credits|
|CIS171||Survey of Blockchain Technology||3|
|CIS231 or |
|Ethereum Blockchain Application Development or Hyperledger Blockchain Application Development||Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in CIS171 or permission of Instructor. or Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in CIS231 or permission of Instructor.||3|
Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses within the program.
Course Sequence total credits may differ from the program information located on the MCCCD curriculum website due to program and system design.
This certificate is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
View MCCCD’s curriculum website for the Certificate of Completion in Blockchain Technology (https://aztransmac2.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/MCCCD.woa/wa/freeForm11?id=167619).
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