Frankfurt School Introduces Master’s Degree in Blockchain & Digital Assets
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (@fsblockchain) will start a new English-medium based Master’s degree in Blockchain & Digital Assets (MSc) in November this year. This will give it the credit of being the foremost German institution to offer a blockchain-focused post-experience Master’s degree. Professor Philipp Sandner, Chief of the Frankfurt School Blockchain Centre, will serve as educational director.
The Master’s degree in Blockchain & Digital Assets is designed for working individuals who want to further their careers by learning more about blockchain and cryptocurrencies. In a completely hybrid format, the curriculum will be presented throughout four semesters in a sequence of one-week sessions. Students may engage in person or online from the campus at Frankfurt. The deadline for applications is September 15, 2022.
Prospective candidates who want to learn more about the program are encouraged to participate one of Frankfurt School’s weekly Master Info Evenings. The next game is set for January 11, 2022. Students enrolled in the Master’s program will master the fundamentals of blockchain technology as well as how to create and implement unique solutions to address real market challenges.
In addition, the programme addresses the moral and legal ramifications of blockchain technology. The program, for instance, shows how blockchain technology may be utilized to improve and speed government procedures, and also record keeping, audit reports, and different types of oversight. Students will be asked to create their unique blockchain solutions in addition to attending traditional sessions. They will also get the opportunity to participate in a trip to Zurich and Zug, two of the world’s most well-known crypto-asset and blockchain centres.