Cannabis Chemistry (CCHM)
A course designed to introduce scientific literature regarding cannabis and explore the basic principles of cannabis chemistry.
A course in cannabis plant preparation for analytical chemical analysis, covering plant dehydration, digestion, and extraction of the pertinent organic and inorganic chemical analytes for analysis on modern chemical instrumentation.
A course providing an applied understanding of cannabis chemistry through discussion of current scientific literature and modern methods of chemical analysis.
An introduction to commercial growing of cannabis. Topics include commercial cannabis growth including genetics and hybridization and the operational components of a cannabis grow.
An advanced course in cannabis chemistry in which students will utilize their understanding of chemical principles to comprehend, discuss, and present advances in cannabis chemistry identified in current scientific literature.
An advanced laboratory course in cannabis plant extraction with a focus on lab equipment operation, safety, method optimization, product purification, and remediation. Cannabis industry-relevant extraction and purification equipment and techniques will be utilized in the course.
An analytical chemistry course in cannabis separations chemistry, this course will cover various types of chromatography, including GCMS, LC, and LCMS and their application to cannabis analysis. The course will also cover the operation and maintenance of the modern chemical chromatography instrumentation. Prerequistes: CHEM332 and CCHM245.