American Universities Offering Cannabis Classes This Fall

School’s in session and cannabis is on the syllabus

School’s in session and cannabis is on the syllabus. Accredited schools including University of Vermont and Ohio State University have started offering courses on the biology and use of marijuana as well as legal issues around it. Credit and non-credit course available in this “growing” subject include:

UC Davis undergraduate class on the Physiology of CannabisUniversity of Vermont College of Medicine online classes, and Ohio State University Law School’s Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform Seminar.

There are also non-accredited classes for those working in the industry including those at Oaksterdam University.

Shannon Vetto a Seattle-based consultant for the cannabis industry, specializing in finance, applauds the new courses. “Educating people about the science of cannabis and the legal issues surrounding it allows people to enter the industry in a more legitimate way, equipped with real data and real knowledge, not myths,” she said.


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