Graduate Certificate in Blockchain Enabled Business
Unlock the blockchain and communicate its value to your business
Meet industry demand for blockchain awareness with this postgrad qualification. Anticipated to become a core skill, learn how to draw up a blockchain strategy. Guided by industry experts, students learn the main principles of this emerging discipline.
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- 31 Oct 21
Australia's largest dual-sector institute, offering both TAFE and higher education, RMIT University proudly delivers work-related education and practical research relevant to current business and community needs. More than 60,000 students study with RMIT, and many of their degrees are available through Open Universities Australia.
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- Understand fundamentals of how blockchain technology works
- Understand the impact blockchain has on our economy and societal institutions
- Understand applications of blockchain to business contexts and models, particularly in your sector
- Understand the world of cryptocurrencies and impact on finance and payments
- Develop a blockchain strategy for your business
- Comprehend the boundaries and challenges of blockchain upon ethics, governance, and the law
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology, where data is dispersed and validated across numerous members. With no central control, blockchain cannot be tampered with and has complete traceability.
Our Graduate Certificate in Blockchain Enabled Business will equip you with the skills to practically apply your knowledge and create a blockchain strategy that can be implemented within your organisation. Develop the confidence to speak about blockchain, and effectively communicate its value to stakeholders.
Graduate with a globally recognised degree from a leading Australian university.
An Australian bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline.
Work and Life
You may also be considered for the graduate certificate if you have minimum 5 year’s full-time work experience. Applicants will need to submit a CV.
English Proficiency Requirements
English Language Requirements
International students are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency for admission to RMIT University. You can provide your results from one of these three options:
- an accepted English language proficiency test, or
- an accepted English language provider, or
- a recognised Australian or international qualification.
For detailed information on English language requirements and other proficiency tests recognised by RMIT, visit English language requirements and equivalency information.
Australian Student Visas
RMIT Online’s Graduate Certificate in Blockchain Enabled Business does not meet Australian student visa requirements. For an Australian student visa, you must have an on-campus place in a program of study. For more details on RMIT’s oncampus programs visit rmit.edu.au.
Develop the knowledge and skills to effectively formulate a blockchain strategy and confidently communicate its business value with stakeholders
Recommended Study Pattern
We recommend that you complete the courses in this program in the following order:
- Blockchain and the Cryptoeconomy
- Blockchain Strategy
- Law and Policy for Emerging Technologies
Choose your subjects
Blockchain and the Cryptoeconomy
Be introduced to blockchain and understand how distributed ledger technology can drive the economy, markets, firms, and the government. You will also explore the ethical and political challenges and implications of blockchain.
This course explores the fundamentals of money and cryptofinance, as well as the financial and valuation theories of cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, Ripple, and Ethereum.
Through this course, you’ll understand the potential of blockchain in transforming industries and societies. You’ll develop a strategic plan and design a blockchain ecosystem that considers factors such as functional requirements, coding and data storage, and scalability.
Law and Policy for Emerging Technologies
This course examines the emergence of new technologies and business models over the past decade and the impact that they have had on society, ethics, law, regulation and policy. Traditional approaches to regulation and policy development and key examples of current regulation will be examined.