According to recent research by Coinbase crypto exchange, 42 percent of the world’s top 50 universities offer at least one crypto- and blockchain-related class.
The study was conducted by Coinbase jointly with Qriously survey company. A total of 675 U.S. college students from 50 international universities were interviewed.
15 percent of 172 crypto-themed classes reviewed in the study were offered by finance, economics, law and business departments, while 4 percent of classes were in social science departments.
The study has revealed that blockchain-themed courses are most popular in the U.S. Only 5 of the 18 non-United States universities offer at least one class on these topics. Blockchain-related courses are most in-demand in the Stanford and Cornell universities – numbered 10 and 9 respectively. The National University of Singapore and University of Pennsylvania offer with their respective 5 and 6 courses. Only 5 of the 18 non-United States universities offer at least one class on these topics.