Universities around the world are beginning to offer courses in blockchain technology, as the demand for professionals in the field grows.

These courses typically cover the basics of blockchain technology and its applications in various industries.

Some universities offer standalone courses on blockchain, while others include it as part of a broader curriculum on computer science or business.

Many universities are also incorporating blockchain into existing programs, such as finance or supply chain management.

Some of the top universities offering blockchain courses include MIT, Stanford, and Oxford.

Other universities, such as the University of California, Berkeley, have created entire programs dedicated to blockchain and cryptocurrency.

Universities are also partnering with blockchain companies and organizations to offer internships and 

other opportunities for students to gain practical experience.

Many universities are also conducting research in blockchain and cryptocurrency, with some even launching their own blockchain-based projects.

As blockchain technology continues to evolve, universities are updating their course offerings to reflect the latest developments in the field.

Some universities also offer online courses and certifications, allowing students to learn about blockchain from anywhere in the world.

Some universities are also offering Master's degree programs in blockchain technology and related fields.

Some notable universities that have introduced blockchain courses are, New York University, Duke University, and the University of Edinburgh.

Universities are also offering courses on different aspects of blockchain such as, blockchain security, 

blockchain development, and blockchain law. Many universities are also organizing workshops and events to give students hands-on experience in blockchain technology.