Cannabis Health Certificate
The Cannabis Health Certificate is a 12 credit-hour program that introduces students to a scholarly examination of the role of cannabis in individual and public health. Students completing this certificate will develop knowledge from diverse sources in health; cannabis chemistry; cannabis law and policy; and sociology for the improvement of population health.
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates will be able to:
- Synthesize knowledge from diverse sources in health; cannabis chemistry; cannabis law and policy; and sociology for the improvement of population health.
- Evaluates research for potential application for evidence based practice in cannabis health.
- Investigate cannabis information related to the health of diverse populations.
- Analyze health cannabis policies, including financial, legal and regulatory, directly and indirectly influencing the nature and functioning of the healthcare system.
- Develop communication and collaboration among health professionals for safety of current and future cannabis use.
|CBUS 360||Intro to Cannabis Law & Policy||1|
|CCHM 120||Cannabis Chemistry I||1|
|CCHM 245||Cannabis Chemistry II||1|
|CHLT 421||Cannabis Health Capstone||3|
|HLTH 241||Hlth Culture Psychoactive Drug||3|
|SOCY 420||Sociology of Cannabis||3|
A minimum of 12 credits must be earned for graduation with a cumulative gpa of 2.00 or higher.