The Wharton School has launched a new online program. Business in the Metaverse Economyexplores the expansion of virtual reality in the global market.
according to Article released by Hosted by Wharton’s Aresty Institute of Executive Education, this six-week certification program brings together six industry case studies and both Wharton faculty and industry experts from Adobe, The Wall Street Journal, Unity and more. Includes over 50 featured program lecture videos. Program participants can use Metaverse technology directly through computer-accessible immersion activities. This course will focus on the relevant economic and technological factors driving the current and future Metaverse.
Professor Wharton Kevin WelbachAcademic Director of the Business in the Metaverse Economy Program said: statement According to Wharton’s announcement, “The program is designed for business professionals and executives from a variety of backgrounds, including finance, management, and technology.” Werbach said the program’s goals are: Equipping business leaders, consultants, and entrepreneurs with the practical knowledge to understand the impending opportunities presented by the Metaverse and build valuable solutions.”
The course starts on September 12th and the tuition is $4,500. All Metaverse activities can be accessed from your computer, no virtual reality headset required. Participants do not earn course credit, but Wharton Executives receive digital credentials from her Education and her six Continuing Education units.
Wharton partnered with Prysm Group, an economic consulting firm specializing in emerging virtual technologies, to develop the curriculum. Prysm Group partnered with Penn last year to create a blockchain economics certificate for professionals. The economics of blockchain and digital assetscan be paid in cryptocurrencies.
With the launch of the online program, Penn became the first Ivy League school to teach a course on the topic of Metaverse technology.the program is then Stanford introduced a similar courseLecture time was devoted to experience and discussion of virtual reality headsets.
The Wharton Course Program is now admission.