Blockchain Engineering Technology - Blockchain Major, Associate of Applied Science
Curriculum Code #6236
Effective May 2021
The Blockchain Engineering Technology program provides a solid foundation in the principles of Blockchain technology, with an emphasis on the development, deployment, maintenance, troubleshooting of Blockchains, distributed applications, and smart contracts. Along with a broad general information technology background, students are given comprehensive information and training in computer programming languages that are pertinent to Blockchain technology and related applications. Typical job titles: Blockchain Developer, Blockchain Architect, Blockchain Smart Contract and Distributed Applications Specialist, Blockchain System Integrator and Applications Specialist. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by LCCC’s University Partnership.
|CMNW 101||A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION I||4|
|BLOC 113||BLOCKCHAIN ARCHITECTURE AND PLATFORMS||1|
|BLOC 114||BASICS OF BLOCKCHAIN||3|
|BLOC 120||PROGRAMMING ESSENTIALS||5|
|SDEV 101||COLLEGE 101 2||1|
|BLOC 111||BLOCKCHAIN SOLUTIONS USING HYPERLEDGER FABRIC||3|
|BLOC 210||DECENTRALIZED APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT (DAPPS)||5|
|BLOC 220||SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT||4|
|ENGL 161||COLLEGE COMPOSITION I||3|
|MTHM 158||QUANTITATIVE REASONING||3|
|Arts and Humanities Elective||3|
|Natural Science Elective 3||3-4|
|CYBR 231||ETHICAL HACKING AND COUNTERMEASURES (ETHICAL HACKING AND COUNTERMEASURES)||4|
|BLOC 130||BLOCKCHAIN LAWS, REGULATIONS, AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS||3|
|BLOC 230||ADVANCED SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT||4|
|BLOC 247||BLOCKCHAIN CAPSTONE PROJECT AND SPECIAL TOPICS||4|
|ENGL 164||COLLEGE COMPOSITION II WITH TECHNICAL TOPICS||3|
|BLOC 248||CERTIFIED BLOCKCHAIN DEVELOPER CERTIFICATION PREPARATION||4|
Indicates that this course requires a prerequisite.
A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of 13 or more credit hours.
Student may take any Ohio Transfer Module Natural Science course with or without a lab.
The blockchain core courses in this program may be earned through a competency-based education option. See your advisor for more information.
Note: Students who have transferred in from an accredited institution recognized by LCCC with a GPA of 2.0 or higher with 12 or more semester credits are exempt from taking SDEV 101.
Arts and Humanities Electives
|ARTS 243G||ART HISTORY I||3|
|ARTS 244G||ART HISTORY II||3|
|ARTS 245G||WORLD ART||3|
|ARTS 246||HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY||3|
|ARTS 254||HISTORY OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE||3|
|ENGL 261G||MASTERPIECES OF BRITISH LITERATURE I||3|
|ENGL 262G||MASTERPIECES OF BRITISH LITERATURE II||3|
|ENGL 266G||AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE||3|
|ENGL 269G||INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE||3|
|MUSC 262G||MUSIC AS A WORLD PHENOMENON||3|
|PHLY 262G||INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN PHILOSOPHY||3|
|RELG 181G||INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS||3|
|RELG 261||RELIGION IN AMERICA||3|
|RELG 262G||INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN PHILOSOPHY||3|
|THTR 151G||INTRODUCTION TO THEATER||3|
For information about admissions, enrollment, transfer, graduation and other general questions, please contact your advising team.
1. Communicate Blockchain concepts and applicability in technical and non-technical environments using written, oral, and graphical communication.
2. Apply knowledge, techniques, and Blockchain-relevant programming skills to develop Blockchain solutions, implementation plans, smart contracts and distributed applications, based on best practices, regulations, and industry standards, to secure Blockchain data.
3. Conduct standard Blockchain tests, measurements, and experiments, and analyze and interpret the results.
4. Function effectively as a member of a technical team.