Blockchain Engineering

Cybersecurity Engineering involves creating and managing hardware, software, and security policies for the protection of systems, networks, and data. Cyber engineers incorporate electrical engineering and computer science to understand cyberspace.


Identifies information security threats and data loss risks, develops and implements threat countermeasures and solutions to protect against information loss; ensures the safety and confidentiality of data; participates in the development and implementation of IT solutions

Mobile phones, computers, cars, and for some time even household appliances bind themselves and their owner with a huge amount of data. Information systems in business, trade and finance have reached gigantic proportions, as evidenced by the current cryptocurrency boom.

All this has led to the formation of new values that are created or transmitted in cyberspace. Along with this, there was also a threat of theft of these valuables, their damage or substitution. To counter attackers, cybersecurity experts are needed who can protect information, predict the actions of criminals and create a secure architecture for using data.

Cybersecurity specialists work in large financial and IT companies, the value of such personnel is noted in government agencies, defense departments, where their main task is to ensure national security and prevent penetration into state infrastructure.

One day in class, your professor might show a social media post from a politician or celebrity. You and your classmates analyze, critique, and discuss that post from different angles, such as its medium, its message, its meanings both expressed and implied, the credibility of the messenger, and the cultural impact of the message. Then you write your own social-media post in response.

What tasks will the specialist solve?

  • combating cybercrime in all its manifestations, including cyberterrorism and ­extortion
  • development of preventive methods to combat malware, protection of private information and intellectual property
  • ensuring the stability of the operation of ­socially important information systems, preventing situations of collapse of the banking system
  • protection and prevention of external interference in infrastructure, including power grids
  • search for potential vulnerabilities in existing systems, their elimination

How much do such specialists earn and how much they are in demand

A full-fledged information security specialist with 1-2 years of experience – 100-150 thousand.

A specialist with 3-5 years of experience – 150-200 thousand.


1st Semester2nd Semester
CodeCourse NameCodeCourse Name
BLC - 101Mathematics I BLC-102Mathematics II
BLC - 103Physics I BLC-104Physics II
BLC - 105Introduction to BlockchainBLC-106Introduction to Blockchain Programming I
BLC - 107Social Issues in BlockchainBLC-108Blockchain History
BLC - 109InformaticsBLC-110Web Methods and Tools
3rd Semester4th Semester
CodeCourse NameCodeCourse Name
BLC - 201Smart ContractsBLC - 202Cryptocurrency and Smart Contract Engineering
BLC - 203Introduction to Blockchain Architecture IBLC - 204Database I
BLC - 205Introduction to Blockchain Programming IIBLC - 206Introduction to Blockchain Architecture II
BLC-207Blockchain and Network StructuresBLC - 208Project Management Systems
BLC - 209NFT and Blockchain TechnologyBLC - 210Blockchain Law and Ethic
BLC - 211English for TechnologyBLC - 212Digital Business
BLC - 214Blockchain and Global Governance
5th Semester6th Semester
CodeCourse NameCodeCourse Name
BLC - 301Database IIBLC - 302Full Stack Development I
BLC - 303Decentralized Applications I (DApp I)BLC - 304Decentralized Applications II (DApp II)
BLC - 305Introduction to Blockchain Security PracticesBLC - 306Advanced Smart Contracts
BLC - 307Design Patterns for BlockchainBLC - 308Advanced Blockchain Technologies
BLC - 309Blockchain and Distributed Ledger TechnologyBLC - 310Practise
BLC - 321User Experience DesignBLC - 320Information Systems and Security
BLC - 323Engineering of Big-Data SystemsBLC - 322Programming with Python
7th Semester8th Semester
CodeCourse NameCodeCourse Name
BLC - 401Secure Distributed Application Programming for BlockchainBLC - 402Open source programming on blockchain platforms
BLC - 403Full Stack Development IIBLC - 404Advanced Blockchain Technologies
BLC - 405Industry ApplicationsBLC - 406Cloud Computing and Blockchain
BLC - 407Industrial practiceBLC - 408Laws and Regulations
BLC - 409Pre-qualification practiceBLC - 410Graduation Project II
BLC - 407Graduation Thesis IBLC - 422Cryptographi and Security
BLC - 421Digital BusinessBLC - 424Crypto Exchange and Management Activities
BLC - 423Crypto Coins

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