RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America’s biggest and highly prestigious research university, the Mexico City-based National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) will launch a Financial Engineering course – with modules that reportedly cover subjects such as crypto and blockchain technology.
In its December bulletin, UNAM explained that its new course would last two semesters in the case of full-time students, with part-time students needing to attend for a period of four semesters.
Per Criptonoticias, the course will reportedly see students look at how crypto and blockchain are used in financial markets.
The UNAM literature explains, “Graduates will . . .